Max Minghella's directorial debut carries the energy one would want to expect from the overwhelming feeling of being put in the spotlight.
Joel Edgerton's conversion therapy biopic approaches its subject with good intentions, but doesn't stretch beyond routine.
Though it comes together in a way that's disappointingly flat, there's a lot to like in this Netflix teen romcom.
This may be a baby step for Asian representation from a Hollywood studio, but it's still an important one nevertheless.
Julia Hart's directorial debut sets a bright future for herself.
A tale told from nostalgia, perhaps not always effective but enough to entertain. (✯✯✯½)
Far more intelligent, empathetic, and progressive than it may have seemed to be. (✯✯✯½)