Truth is: Hipsters will be hipsters. This is one of the most daring films ever made about gentrification. And can we please talk about the title credits sequence featuring Ida Corr vs Fedde Le Grand's "Let Me Think About It"?
Hard to invest or believe in any of the narcissistic characters in this one, so much so that by the time the dramatic turn came I was left thinking 'Who cares'. Feels more like a directing exercise than a genuine exploration with film. 2 stars
Horrendouslly heart-aching movie about a malice which we can't understand & a fate that devastates us. Sebastian Silva is the master of slow disquietness. Kristen Wiig finally makes a hit in serious drama. Its taste like a bit of "The Gift".
Visually unimpressive, “Nasty Baby” becomes a much stronger film when turns into a crime thriller, but even though, and despite how much genuine the scenes might look, its conclusion is not so complete or stirring as its creator definitely intended it to be.
Seems like it's going to be another example of an american independent comedy insufferably intent on being quirky and superficially daring. Until, of course, it turns into a subversion of that same tired formula and becomes one of the most acidic satires of recent american cinema about contemporary culture and the hypocrisies of such simplisitic depictions of complex social and economical landscapes.