Ingrid Goes West

Ingrid Goes West

DVD - 2017
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An unhinged social media stalker (Aubrey Plaza) moves to LA and insinuates herself into the life of an Instagram star (Elizabeth Olsen).
Publisher: [Canada] :, Mongrel Media,, [2017]
Copyright Date: ©2017
Characteristics: video file,DVD video,region 1,rda
digital,optical,surround,Dolby Digital 5.1,rda
1 videodisc (98 minutes) : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 inches

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gingin1972
May 08, 2018

Wasn't to bad of a movie kind of slow and boring at times!

JCLHeatherB Apr 24, 2018

I liked this as a creepy, cringe-y dark comedy. What I didn't like so much was the "social commentary" aspect, which I suspect the filmmakers thought was important but for me just fell flat. Still worth a watch.

ArapahoeTiegan Apr 21, 2018

An interesting commentary on making friends in the world of social media obsessed people.

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sarahdevi
Apr 20, 2018

Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen are really good in this quirky, funny, dark movie.

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mistical
Mar 31, 2018

Painful to watch, and didn't make fun of the current Instagram culture like I'd hoped.

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EB8624
Mar 05, 2018

I couldn't stop watching even though it's an average movie. Chick flick--
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lukasevansherman
Feb 07, 2018

Call it a "Single White Female" for the age of Instagram. A lonely, unbalanced woman (Aubrey Plaza) who has recently lost her mother moves to California to stalk/befriend an Instagram star (Elizabeth Olsen) and her artist husband (Wyatt "son of Kurt" Russell). Plaza, whom I've liked since "Parks and Recreation," fully commits to the part and is able to make a pretty unlikable character both sympathetic and cringe-worthy. I think it wants to be saying something about social media culture, but it's not quite clever enough. Worth seeing for those who like their indie movies dark and a little off kilter. Ice Cube's son O'Shea Jackson, Jr. co-stars.

LPL_WilliamO Jan 31, 2018

A disturbing dark comedy that can serve as a lesson on being wary of who you connect with and how much you share on social media. Aubrey Plaza is brilliant as Ingrid, a disturbed young woman who develops obsessions with, befriends and stalks other women she follows on Instagram. Many of the characters - including Ingrid - are flawed and unlikeable. Ever just want to see people get what's coming to them? This is exactly what kept my interest here.

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LawyerLady
Dec 18, 2017

The movie made me feel really uncomfortable, which in this case is a good thing, as that what the movie was aiming for. Aubrey Plaza was excellent as Ingrid, and Elizabeth Olsen was brilliant as always. Good reminder to always look behind you, and really be weary of what you're posting on social media!

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graybear3
Dec 08, 2017

Social commentary on more than one level. Moves a bit slow at times and makes its points more than once (but many people seem to need things repeated before they get it). Some people might not like the ending, but we did. Without ruining it for you, let's just say the main character may have finally learned something worth knowing.

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