Moxie: Poehler blasts the patriarchy with a po-faced girl power polemic

Moxie is an earnest take on a serious subject, but fails to inject the humour of its more successful predecessors such as Election and Booksmart

7th March, 2021
Moxie: Poehler blasts the patriarchy with a po-faced girl power polemic
Hadley Robinson in Moxie, described by its makers as a ‘coming of rage’ story


Directed by Amy Poehler

Netflix, 15

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