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Difficult to watch but ultimately all the more rewarding for it, Fort Tilden offers an intriguing calling card for writer-directors Sarah-Violet Bliss and Charles Rogers.
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Fort Tilden is all the hipster satire you can handle, and maybe more.
Tucked in among the longueurs are moments of savage satirical virtuosity that pinion the zeitgeist.
A story with a distinctive New York sensibility, filled with all kinds of strange urban creatures who are variously self-involved, superficial, rude and/or downright nasty.
With "Fort Tilden," writer-directors Sarah-Violet Bliss and Charles Rogers have created two women who are drawn so vividly and so viciously, they're hard to dismiss.
"Fort Tilden" is cringe-worthy but true. Maybe that's why it's so uncomfortable to watch.
Rarely has a movie so humorously illustrated the meaning of "frenemy."
The existential crises of the young, privileged, bored, white, female, and loathsome are blisteringly sent up in this freakin' hilarious, stubbornly unsentimental, NYC-set comedy
The film may make a great case why the shouting man might not be wrong, but it also suggests these kids are alright.
A movie that turns a trip to the beach into a cruel metaphor about maturity without losing its sense of humor. [Full review in Spanish]
[An] unpleasant, unfunny experience with nothing fresh or insightful to say.
Initially, you may want to skip Allie and Harper, but they get steadily more interesting as their frazzled road trip inches them ever closer to the beach.
There's just enough sympathetic vibration in these two to keep us hooked on their bizarre, rambling quest.
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