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“Alex Strangelove” captures that anxiety all too well.
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If you are going to be doing things such as olympic weight lifting, heavy duty front-squatting or back squatting, then a lifting shoe is recommended.It’s a funny film about seriously figuring yourself out.It’s a serious film about pain, in which no one intentionally inflicts it.Daniel Zolghadri (“Eighth Grade”) plays the platonic ideal of the teen comedy sidekick role, with climactic moments of sensitivity that don’t quite compensate for just how broadly he’s written the rest of the time.And incidental characters like Sierra (Sophie Faulkenberry) and Dakota (Dante Costabile) seem to have stopped by on their way to their “Neighbors 3” audition.
“Alex Strangelove” hits some sour patches in the middle.