‘Becky’ Is A Hard-r ‘Home Alone’ & Twisted Coming Of Age Grindhouse Flick [Review]
The coming-of-age genre often examines, first love, mischief, growth, or pivotal personal discovery moments that radically change a person’s life.
In “Becky,” filmmakers Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion’s new movie, the transformative coming-of-age idea is flipped into something that will be forever remembered as horrible, violent and grim.
A surprisingly well-acted, intense, and somewhat grindhouse-y attempt at a coming-of-age flick, “Becky” looks at how one’s primal instincts of survival and a tragedy can mark your formative years.Read More: ‘Becky’ Exclusive Clip: Kevin James Is A Merciless Killer Threatening A Little Girl In The New ThrillerAfter her mother’s tragic death a year ago, Becky (Lulu Wilson) is still overcome with grief and immense emotional distress, acting out against everyone in her life.Continue reading ‘Becky’ Is A Hard-r ‘Home Alone’ & Twisted Coming Of Age Grindhouse Flick [Review] at The Playlist.
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