by Maymay

May 3, 2018

Diary-Of-a-Teenage-GirlFilm and television reviews by our resident autistic film critic Maymay.

A teen artist living in 1970s San Francisco enters into an affair with her mother’s boyfriend. Like most teenage girls, Minnie Goetze (Bel Powley) is longing for love, acceptance and a sense of purpose in the world. Minnie begins a complex love affair with her mother’s (Kristen Wiig) boyfriend, “the handsomest man in the world,” Monroe Rutherford (Alexander Skarsgård). What follows is a sharp, funny and provocative account of one girl’s sexual and artistic awakening, without judgment.

Ok that was a awkward movie to sit through. It was sex, drugs, nudity and alcohol in like every scene and I never want to see it again. There was nothing I liked about the movie except the nosy little sister, Gretel. She was like the only normal child and really cared for her sister and loved her. This felt as bad a Wolf of Wall Street did when I saw that. It is a movie I wish I could un-see. Monroe was so creepy and it was weird that he let this happen. Kimmie seemed like a bad influence and she and Minnie both made bad decisions. This is not for kids and I don’t think its for young adults either. I liked the end of the movie the best. Kristen Wiig was good with playing her character. She played the role well. I liked Abby Wait and how she played her character. Her character seemed pretty smart. Gretel was definitely like Pascal. He was a scholar and was really smart.

1 star

 

About the author 

Maymay

Maymay, a special autistic girl and her Berry best friend, began writing movie reviews as a way to improve her writing skills. She continues writing them because she loves it and wants to continue sharing her love of movies with the world. Maymay's favorite movie of all time is Titanic.

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