Fort Tilden (2014)

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A comedy about Allie and Harper and their needlessly difficult journey to the beach.


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  • Bridey Elliott, Clare McNulty, Sarah-Violet Bliss, and Charles Rogers at an event for Fort Tilden (2014)
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25 February 2021 | Stoshie
5
| No "There" There
This is one of those festival movies that people like...because they see it at a festival. Let's face it, a lot of bad movies get good reviews at festivals. But once they are released into the real world, their flaws are exposed.

This isn't really a terrible movie, it just isn't very good. It certainly isn't memorable. Once it is over, it is easily forgotten.

The problem is that the two main characters are stereotypes. There is little to no character development or depth to them. In a way, that is the point. But still, they aren't interesting. Nor is the supposedly comedic journey they go on. I didn't crack a smile at anything they did or happened to them. I just didn't care about the two girls.

I hate to use this word, because it is overused, and because it is often used to disguise a lack of ability to express oneself with any depth. But in the spirit of the people in the movie, I would say, "Meh".

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