LOOK BOTH WAYS – Review by Valerie Kalfrin

Look Both Ways is the tamest version of a “what if?” story you’ll see this year. Granted, not every film about other lives lived can match the off-the-wall creativity of Everything Everywhere All at Once—but some greater dramatic stakes could have made this more than an OK watch. The plot follows the lead character, Natalie, in two timelines — in one, she’s pregnant and decides to co-parents, putting her career dreams on hold. In the other, she’s not pregnant, so she and her friend drive to Los Angeles to pursue their careers.

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