The documentary adroitly demonstrates that Fisk is still motivated by the boyish curiosity that drew him to journalism.
Its few nutty ideas demonstrate how little distance Unpregnant manages to put between itself and a standard high-school comedy.
The script doesn’t contain many lines that ring true, and a few clang wildly off-key.
The film is well-outfitted with telling, thematically rich shards of historical information.
Where When We Leave built to simple outage, this one concludes with a rush of complex, conflicting emotions.
While Onward begins as a story of bereavement, it soon turns to celebrating the payoffs of positive thinking.