“You’re the adult, right?” Adulthood is something that Bridget (Kelly O’Sullivan, who wrote the script) hasn’t quite mastered, in spite of her thirty-four years. She’s just kind of drifting along with no great ambition or direction. When she gets a summer job as a nanny for six year old Frances (Ramona Edith-Williams), she’s a bit… [Read More]
Never Rarely Sometimes Always has an interesting prelude at a school talent show in which we hear the main character Autumn (Sidney Flanigan) singing a song about coercive love. During the song, a student yells out the word “slut”. That in itself is a form of coercion and violence. Throughout the film Autumn must deal… [Read More]
On the one hand, [the film] shares information for a medical treatment that could provide great benefit to people suffering many terrible illnesses. On the other hand, I can’t say it is not an infomercial for snake oil.