This movie was ok (it wasn't boring nor was it very entertaining). At first I didn't understand the point it was trying to make. Was it you can shortcut your way to your dreams if you lie, cheat, and steal (as that was exactly what she did)? It wasn't about the pressures of class division (as a review I read states), as no one treated her as any differently regardless of her social status and any division she felt was just in her head. Her anxiety against her parents, the school, and the upper class of her school turned out to be non-issues, and when she got to where or what she wants, she just... read the rest.
I think Lady Bird is my film for 2017 where me and everyone else on the planet just straight up do not see eye to eye. At no point during Lady Bird did I feel drawn in. I genuinely did not enjoy my time with Greta Gerwig's directorial debut. I haven't come across a single other person who feels the same, but I must be honest to my experience.
Normally this is where I would say something along the lines of, "It's just because this isn't my sort of movie" except that last year Edge of Seventeen dealt with virtually identical subject matter and that was one of my favourite movies of the y... read the rest.
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