(I) (2016)

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70
While the broad political commentary is beyond obvious, the satire of ugly entitlement draws blood, thanks to balls-to-the-wall performances from the adversarial leading ladies.
70
Pure and simple, Catfight is a total blast.
67
Oh is fantastic as the earnest socialite who appears to have never lifted a finger towards work her entire life, but she's also superb at the contriteness necessary to believe in a rebirth. Heche revels in playing a narcissistic taskmaster.
67
No matter its flaws, Tukel's witty inversion of the buddy movie formula - set in an embellished world riddled by wartime dysfunction - has some legitimate ideas about the way feuds can last so long that neither side remembers what they're fighting over.
67
No matter its flaws, Tukel's witty inversion of the buddy movie formula - set in an embellished world riddled by wartime dysfunction - has some legitimate ideas about the way feuds can last so long that neither side remembers what they're fighting over.
60
That it succeeds more often than not is due in no small part to Heche and Oh, who are wonderfully unafraid to make their characters deplorable people, and also able to invest their downfalls with sincere pathos, complicating any schadenfreude one might be expecting to find.
60
This odd, nasty yet rather funny little film tears apart ideas of sisterhood and female friendship and replaces them with burning hate and gratuitous violence.

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