Collider | 'Morris From America' Review


What would the Sundance Film Festival be without coming of age dramedies featuring young teens in unique-yet-familiar situations? They all exist on a spectrum, but at some point a young person (usually male) is going to learn some very important life lessons such as “Your parents are flawed individuals” and “Your crush will break your heart.” It’s a formula as familiar as any blockbuster, but Chad Hartigan’s Morris from America executes it fairly well thanks to likable characters and strong performances. And yet what’s most frustrating about Hartigan’s film is how he runs from the one aspect that would make his film stand apart from the crowd.

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