Oscillated between a 3 and a 4 for a long while. I could go either way on this one. Charming with a capital C, but also exceptionally surprising and well-made. I’d happily watch Brody in just about anything he does next after this. The big reveal isn’t flawless here, but the ending is darn near perfect. 

It’s a coming of age story for 30 year olds — one that’s happy to acknowledge that, actually, adulthood and professional responsibilities suck and are a lot to carry. I loved that. Simultaneously made me want to re-watch The Nice Guys and Chinatown, which is no easy feat.

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