-3Excessive sex, violence, immorality, and/or worldview problems. (Sometimes excessive content such as violence is in otherwise redemptive movies.)
THE GOLDFINCH is the story of a 13-year-old upper crust boy whose life is upended when his mother is killed in a terrorist attack at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and he steals a priceless painting called “The Goldfinch” during the post-bombing chaos. THE GOLDFINCH is too convoluted to be truly engaging, has strong foul language and lots of drug use, and its lightly positive conclusion is too fatalistic to be truly uplifting.
HUSTLERS tells the true story of women who decide to take their jobs at the strip club to the next level and swindle hundreds of thousands of dollars from their wealthy patrons. HUSTLERS verges on praising the actions of these characters and has very little redemptive qualities and abundant objectionable content, so the movie is really abhorrent.