Ralph Breaks the Internet
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A pair of disaffected 17-year-olds are nudged toward adulthood in a movie that favors natural drift over artificial drama.
Given the obvious financial restraints (the total budget was $3,000), maybe Dance Party should have been a dynamite short.
. . . first impressions can be misleading, and underneath the blatant misogyny and nasty talk lurks some genuine feeling.
captures with apparent effortlessness the tongue-tied self-consciousness and dreamy disorientation that growing up entails.
Dance Party, USA is part of a new direction for independent film: homemade movies that feel more personal than communitarian and, as a result, seem less moralizing and dogmatic than the familiar, tired Sundance model.
Dramatically simple but emotionally complex.
A film of easy set ups and resolutions, Dance Party, USA is best when observing how crisis is metabolized.
Challenging, gritty, and true.
As part of the so called mumblecore movement, this film like Funny Ha Ha is improvised and goes for reality over entertainment, which isn't always a good thing. The characters are interesting enough, though often the conversations seem flat and uninspired. A reflection of life itself but not an interesting one. At 65 minutes it is short and very sweet with a touching ending. The acting is okay, having the awkward relationships means awkward performances are fully acceptable. I'm not a fan of the digital look here, looks too much like a home movie. A nice little film, with some dark themes.
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