Found myself wavering, from one scene to the next, between a 4 and a 2. I don’t think this has much to say, or really any substantive to add to this genre, but also, it does style over substance really well. 

Super interesting to see Macaulay Culkin show up to drop the theme of the whole thing at the beginning of the third act. Didn’t know it was him until way later, but the guy got the best role in the whole movie.

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