As Zac Efront’s Cole tiptoes away from his past, the film keenly observes a character who doesn’t know how to secure his future, or his identity.
This emotionally affecting film never loses sight of the ethical complexity of forsaking a community in the name of an individual.
The film bests Garden State’s Guinness World Record for most incessant navel-gazing.
Win Win’s best qualities are of the kind that tend to go unnoticed.
The film just barely balances its everyone-learns-something uplift with ragged emotional dynamics and unexpected humor.