REVIEWSTHEATRICAL RELEASESJOSIE

JOSIE REVIEWED “Josie” should’ve been good. Hell, Sansa Stark looking all hot got me into the film. But, why didn’t it work? Well, when you try to convince viewers that the Valley is the South, you’re going to have a problem. When you try to tweak the Lolita tale for your semi Southern Gothic outing, you’re going to have a bad time. Plus, that ending. As someone who had to sit through that ending, I’m...
June 28, 20182 min

JOSIE REVIEWED

“Josie” should’ve been good. Hell, Sansa Stark looking all hot got me into the film. But, why didn’t it work? Well, when you try to convince viewers that the Valley is the South, you’re going to have a problem. When you try to tweak the Lolita tale for your semi Southern Gothic outing, you’re going to have a bad time. Plus, that ending.

As someone who had to sit through that ending, I’m not going to spoil it. It’s not like Sophie Turner grew a dick and chased people around the sets. That would’ve been imaginative and got a thinkpiece posted at Jezebel. This is a film that uses Sophie Turner’s attractive looks to sell a lukewarm story about misplaced romance and other gross things. It’s a pass.

FILM STATS

  • 1 hr and 40 minutes
  • Unrated
  • Screen Media Films

RELEASE DATE: 3/16/18

  • 76%
    Film Score - 76%
76%

The Plot Thus Far

Hank, a solitary man living a dull existence in the sleepy, Southern town raises eyebrows when he develops a questionable relationship with Josie, a recently transplanted high school student.

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