It does come off as a bit scattered in some places, but most of its jokes hit their targets with great success.
Rating: A nice B+ Summary: The senior year of Christine “Lady Bird” MacPherson before she heads off to college… where ever that is. Lady Bird. The debut of director Greta Gerwig, written by Greta Gerwig, starring Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf, Lady Bird is a coming-of-age tale about Christine, a rebellious high school senior living … Continue reading Kelly Likes Lady Bird (2017)!
Coogler is a hell of a director. Not to mention, it’s just so… badass.
Did I watch this for Michael McElhatton? Yes. Did I regret my decision? No. Onwards!
There are moments in The Lost City of Z that kept me enraptured but I just wasn’t engaged throughout the entire movie.
This film could have easily gone down as “Oceans 11 but with rednecks” but aims for something more grounded and mature.
I’d recommend watching this the same way you would watch A Knight’s Tale with maybe a bit more seriousness because Paul Bettany and Alan Tudyk aren’t around to sing drinking songs.
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There’s something riveting and ultimately satisfying about watching an angry woman act out against a system that has failed her.