Ingrid Goes West makes a few valid points. Too bad the whole thing looks more like a tweet than a movie.
Instagram stalking deserves a meaner satire than this well-acted but ultimately harmless pretender.
A daring comedy with a very sharp bite.
Hashtag great movie. Hashtag see it now.
Plaza shines here in her most multifaceted role to date, fearless in her willingness to take Ingrid to cringe-worthy depths with a chameleonic precision.
Ms. Plaza is a whiz with timing and does a deft job of shifting viewers' sympathy; her character can be loathsome or pathetic depending on the scene.
Shiny pop satire with a humming undercurrent of existential dread, Ingrid Goes West is a clever, corrosive little trick of a movie, a neon candy heart dipped in asbestos.
Matt Spicer's social media satire is a bonbon spiked with wit and malice. Plaza and Olsen, both toxic perfection, show us a nightmare world of Insta-obsessives that's all too recognizable as our own.
Director Matt Spicer and his co-writer, David Branson Smith, deliver cogent and even poignant commentary on the plight of a screen-obsessed society, and the artificiality of an Instagram/Facebook-bound life.