Ralphie is an Uber driver and aspiring bodybuilder who is inducted into a libertarian masculinity cult and loses his grip on reality when his repressed desires are awakened.

  • Released: 2023-02-18
  • Runtime: 95 minutes
  • Genre: Drama, Thrillers
  • Stars: Jesse Eisenberg, Adrien Brody, Odessa Young, Lamar Johnson, Brian Anthony Wilson, Caleb Eberhardt, Adam Wade McLaughlin, Jonah Wharton, Ethan Suplee, Matthew Lamb, Philip Ettinger, Evan Jonigkeit, Gheorghe MureČ™an, Zia Anger, Garrett Richmond
  • Director: John Trengove
  • McGyverfan - 1 May 2024
    Worst then worst
    If I could give this zero stars I would! I have been wanting to see this movie for several months. The previews look pretty good & I absolutely love blah blah. But this movie is absolutely the worst movie i have ever seen! The movie is full of this main character waiting to be gay. Know desire for that crap! Their is absolutely no story line & the guy playing the main charter, well his plays a creep the entire movie. Honestly, do not waste your time. I don't understand how movies like this can get made. I mean seriously the entire movie is made up of gay crap & a crazy man! It says thiller & drama. Nope none of that!!!!
  • SnoopyStyle - 26 November 2023
    aspiration for better
    Ralphie (Jesse Eisenberg) is a rideshare driver struggling to get by especially with his girlfriend Sal (Odessa Young) being pregnant. His small world is getting squeezed. His friend introduces him to a men's group led by Dad Dan (Adrien Brody).

    This is a mix of Fight Club and Falling Down. At least, it has aspiration to be like those movies. I don't know anything about filmmaker John Trengove. From only this movie, I get a sense that he's a man with ideas. Maybe he needs work to make them into good movies. This is very slow and somewhat tiring. I like Eisenberg but this character has a wall around him. He's playing the quiet guy ready to explode. Even the naked Santa cannot shake me from the doldrums. I still don't know if that's a hallucination. It may be his conflicted sexuality. The gay sex is unexpected, but the gay panic is not. The filmmaker is trying to say something, but he bulldozes whatever construction he had made.