Alex Ross Perry’s Golden Exits sustains a lingering aura of futility that’s counterweighted by the film’s beauty.
It constantly shifts its genre allegiances, revealing itself to be a cinematic jack of all trades and a master of none.
Bits of editorializing dialogue throughout In Dubious Battle suggest the resonant film that might’ve been.
The film slightly reorients our perspective on the familiar tropes of both the teen and apocalyptic genres.
The film conveys an engagingly low-key atmosphere, pervasive with wayward souls haunted by poor choices.
It’s attempt at conveying a candid portrait of contemporary hookup culture and the dishonesty of online dating profiles, but the film’s sentiments are all past their expiration date.