The film is far more invested in depicting the unscrupulous side of this business than telling a story about its lead character working hard and finding success.
The whole story feels inert. It doesn’t quite feel like material that warrants a feature film.
The film makes no effort to conceal the artificiality of the conceit, instead embracing some of the possibilities of an unreal space.
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Plan your week ahead and choose which among these movie openings this November 9, 2016 you'll see on the big screen first.