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Jordan exposes how fairy tales often betray a culture's hangups. Here he lets the Little Red Riding Hood's mythos run wild, finding ways to examine and undermine it while delivering some top notch imagery.
Moss is in top form here, utterly fearless in the way she disappears into this character. The movie itself is good, if also a bit too long and unfocused.
Often undeniable tense, but the movie also feels a bit misguided in its supposed lack of a political agenda especially in regards to its central characters. Also, the final twist isn't earned.
Rebel Wilson is terrific, but I don't actually know what kind romantic comedies this movie is trying to spoof and I don't think the movie does either.
There's a lot of missed potential in the villain, especially early on, but once the movie mostly embraces the dark, weird things about the character the movie becomes a little more engaging.