Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Now is a good time to remind people that [Abigail Spencer] starred in the kind of tedious indie films that tour the film-festival circuit and can only hope for a quick, oh-so-coincidental theatrical release when a lead hits it big.
A compendium of every indie movie cliché about unhappy, confused twenty-somethings.
Amavia's managed a sensitive take on gut-rot feelings and suicidal urges, trying to understand the people behind pronounced agitation instead of indulging tiresome hysterics from beginning to end.
Writer-director Daniela Amavia fails to link the lives of her characters to any deeper sense of meaning.
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