Sean Beaudoin

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Waitress by Adrienne Shelly — 6.9

I wanted to like this more than I did, not only because actress/director Adrienne Shelly was murdered right before its release, but because she was a favorite of mine back in college when I still thought Hal Hartley could direct and wasn't a hollow artlessly arty caricature of himself. Waitress is a bit too fey and self-aware for my taste, even though there are a number of interesting things about it. It tries hard to achieve a milieu of small town weirdness, and gets about halfway there.
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"Trail was no longer an accurate term. It was now just the slightest cleft between vegetation, like a rotting green thong pulled tight between the ass cheeks of being lost."

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