Emily the Criminal

Emily, who is saddled with student debt and locked out of the job market due to a minor criminal record, gets involved in a credit card scam that pulls her into the criminal underworld of Los Angeles, ultimately leading to deadly consequences.

Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Emily: Aubrey Plaza
  • Youcef: Theo Rossi
  • Liz: Megalyn Echikunwoke
  • Alice: Gina Gershon
  • Khalil: Jonathan Avigdori
  • Javier: Bernardo Badillo
  • Chip: Craig Stark
  • Brent: Brandon Sklenar

Film Crew:

  • Sound Effects Editor: Roland N. Thai
  • Executive Producer: Angus Wall
  • Producer: Aubrey Plaza
  • Producer: Tyler Davidson
  • Original Music Composer: Nathan Halpern
  • Writer: John Patton Ford
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Christian P. Minkler
  • Editor: Harrison Atkins
  • Line Producer: Adriana Rotaru
  • Sound Recordist: Jesse Ehredt
  • Production Design: Liz Toonkel
  • Costume Design: Amanda Wing Yee Lee
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Martín Hernández
  • Casting: Chelsea Ellis Bloch
  • Casting: Marisol Roncali
  • Producer: Drew Sykes
  • Set Decoration: Walter Barnett
  • Director of Photography: Jeff Bierman
  • Makeup Department Head: Renae Goodhew
  • Executive Producer: Kent Kubena
  • Executive Producer: Dexter Braff
  • Executive Producer: Kevin Flanigan
  • Executive Producer: Mike Dill
  • Executive Producer: Lowell Shapiro
  • Sound Designer: Jaime Sainz Cuevas
  • Set Decoration: Corey Stram
  • Set Costumer: Anne-Aurelie Pillet
  • Makeup Artist: Samantha Tansey
  • Art Direction: Mengqing Yuan
  • Co-Producer: Katie Sanders

Movie Reviews:

  • MSB: FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://www.msbreviews.com/movie-reviews/other-films-watched-spoiler-free-review-sundance/#emily

    “Emily the Criminal boasts two phenomenal performances from Aubrey Plaza and Theo Rossi, but its by-the-numbers crime-thriller narrative lacks sufficiently creative ideas to make it more than just an average viewing.

    The actress proves her immense talent once again, but it’s actually the actor who surprises in a more grounded role that breaks many stereotypes related to this particular type of character.

    A good ending may leave the audience with an opinion more positive than what the film warrants, but it’s admittedly entertaining and interesting enough… for a home release.”

    Rating: C

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