Over the course of her eight-hour sojourn, she crosses paths with gang bangers, cops, and a pesky little kid with a bicycle, all while rocking the shortest yellow cocktail dress you ever did see. This marks the first time Banks gets to carry a movie all by her lonesome, so it will be intriguing to see whether or not audiences buy her as a comedic lead. The bad news is director Steven Brill's last effort, Movie 43, was a complete and utter train wreck. The good news, however, is Tig Notaro co-stars, and she is everything. That's good enough for us. See you on April 25, Elizabeth. We hope you bring it.
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