"1hr 58m. Ellen Barkin, Ezra Miller, Ellen Burstyn.
A divorcée attending the highbrow wedding of the son she barely knows tries to hold her own against a family that couches judgment in every smile.
"This feels like it was purposely overstuffed with mentally/emotionally unstable characters for the hell of it, and there are times at which it's too shrill and melodramatic. The ending especially feels like the filmmakers had no idea how to conclude things. But a magnificent turn from Ezra Miller makes the experience mostly engrossing throughout its running time.