every son with a homophobic automotive dad should take him to this movie for family therapy
Contained, realistic (other than the primary plot driver, which has to have an inherent bit of fantasticality)
Scary in that I may not be thinking about this when I go to bed, yet the entire runtime I was in horror of our protagonist's situation
Characters use their logic and intuition to come to conclusions about their circumstance, whether correct or not. They react to situations the way normal people would.
Powerhouse performance from Kiersey Clemons
Beginning of the 3rd Act exposition dump explaining characterization rather than showing it
No character arcs
Cinematography left much to be desired