Ralph Breaks the Internet
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So far, Samuel Theis' instincts that his own family can provide characters just as rich as conventionally scripted dramas is proving astute ...
An entertaining look at an entertaining woman.
much like a true life version of Chile's 2013 Foreign Language submission "Gloria" set within a more niche social stratum.
French film about a middle-aged woman struggling with all the changes in her life
Audiences will know exactly which direction [party girl] Angelique, and the film, will stagger toward.
For most of its running time, Party Girl is a slice of life redemption story, until the ending brings some drama which, though plausible, seems tacked on and unnecessary.
Party Girl shows something of the underbelly of society with compassion and perhaps with a little indulgence.
Taking place under a leaden cloud of inevitability and charting the depressingly inexorable botching of a second chance, what does Party Girl ultimately have to tell us about the world?...Nothing particularly good, and nothing particularly new.
A fascinating, raw and often powerful interweaving of fact and fiction ...
It's a movie genuinely steeped in its world, and there is no fakery. But in the end there is not quite enough substance there.
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