Review: “Welcome to Me” is More Than Inviting

Excerpt: Like the character of Alice in Welcome to Me, this film is also rich, but in a beautiful, flawed sense. The character is daring and eccentric, but never verging on caricature, and that is all thanks to the very specific skill set Wiig brings to every film. The film is all about the search for understanding (and being understood) and trying to figure out a person’s place in the world, but it is undeniable that this film should have found a place in your life, and that is on your screen (in a movie theater or on your computer screen for video on demand).

RATING: ★★★★★★★★(8/10 stars)

To read my full review, go to The Young Folks

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