Do Revenge movie review

Powered by a self-aware screenplay that skewers performative wokeness and toxic patriarchy, Do Revenge is a fun little companion piece to writer-director Jennifer Kaytin Robinson’s 2016 show Sweet/Vicious. Prematurely cancelled after just one season, Sweet/Vicious was a darkly comedic vigilante story about two young women who exact vengeance against sexual abusers on their college campus. Sensing cheap talent, Marvel swept in. Robinson went on to co-write Thor: Love and Thunder for the studio, an early blot on her filmography that will eventually be buried under the wonderful things that she will surely accomplish in her promising career.

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