The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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This essentially two-character romantic comedy has its charms, mainly supplied by the engaging lead performances of Joel David Moore and Madeline Zima.
A talky adult comedy that finally succumbs to the confines of its setting despite a cute setup.
Holly is supposed to be out of Guy's league, but neither of them is up to carrying scene after scene of weak sparring and punny flirting.
Acher adroitly juggles all the gimmickry, using it to comment on Holly and Guy's burgeoning relationship.
Through these characters the film cuts through our romantic affectations by digging beyond the artifice, and eventually, and perhaps a bit unexpectedly, finds its way into our hearts.
...there's a germ of a good idea here, and the two leads have more than sufficient chemistry.
Apparently written by the same people who write the ridiculous quizzes and sex-tip listicles in Cosmo and Men's Health...
This heavily calculated two-hander - which surely and sadly won't be the last to bear a hashtag in its title - is redeemed by some funny writing and the bold, appealing performance of Madeline Zima.
"#Stuck" gets better the deeper you get into it and when Acher drops the cutesy gags and stays focused on what counts.
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