Drugstore June

critic Reviews

, 44% Rotten Tomatometer Score
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    Jesse HassengerDecider
    Povitsky and director/cowriter Nicholaus Goossen have such clarity about who June is that their movie takes on a kind of purity, even as it zigzags from cultural satire to insult comedy to townie noir.
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    Aaron NeuwirthWe Live Entertainment
    Drugstore June is very much a comedy that hits on the mark of being a film you either find funny or you don’t... I can say I did find the film frequently pretty funny, thanks to the lead performance by Povitsky and the heavy lineup of comedians of today.
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    Tara McNamaraCommon Sense Media
    And while the movie has some laughs, it's more an exercise in frustration, because the story isn't well-constructed.
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    Erik ChildressMovie Madness Podcast
    It takes too long to realize the movie may not entirely be down with June’s brand of millennial outrage and slackness and by then her behavior is registered more with annoyance than satire leaving its better scenes for comedy’s heavier hitters.
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    Todd JorgensonCinemalogue
    The title character is amusing when she’s off-putting and obnoxious, but this satire of millennial self-absorption and entitlement stumbles when it makes a strained plea for sympathy.
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    Alexander HarrisonScreen Rant
    Even with some inconsistencies, Drugstore June is funny, creatively approaches a deceptively ambitious setup and doesn't overstay its welcome.


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    Robert KojderFlickering Myth
    Drugstore June is offputting throughout most of its running time, and it feels more interested in taking the lazy route, making fun of this character instead of illuminating anything worthwhile about her or millennials
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    Avi OfferNYC Movie Guru
    A painfully unfunny, witless and cringe-inducing attempt at comedy.

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    Christian TotoHollywoodInToto.com
    Esther Povitsky shines as delusional influencer in warped mystery romp.
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