Banana Split (2020)
Critic Consensus: Banana Split serves up a sweet comedic dish that serves as a delightful calling card for co-writer and star Hannah Marks.
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Banana Split is like a really poor episode of Riverdale, but less compelling.
The fundamental premise of this never really looks anything other than muddled and implausible, and certainly doesn't free up the relationship between Marks and Liberato in any satisfyingly comic direction.
The problem with Banana Split isn't the surface phoniness or lazy comedy but the fact that the movie doesn't offer any insight into its ostensible subjects-among them break-ups, female friendship, and teenage jealousy.
It is absolutely lovely. If I was going to watch a movie virtually this weekend, I would absolutely pick this one.
An entertaining and often insightful look at female friendship during a particularly strange time.
Regardless of how far audience members are from their own post-high school, pre-college summer like these teens, there's still truth and plenty of laughter here that feels specific to their experience yet universal to anyone who's had a BFF.
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