Review: Dollhouse: The Eradication Of Female Subjectivity From American Popular Culture (2018)

Dollhouse: The Eradication Of Female Subjectivity From American Popular Culture

Release Date: January 25, 2019

Run Time: 1 hour & 17 minutes

Reviewed By: Adam

The disturbingly entertaining feature debut of director Nicole Brending, Dollhouse: The Eradication Of Female Subjectivity From American Popular Culture charts the rise and fall of fictional child pop star Junie Spoons as her life story (and the ensuing disasters) unfold, as told by those who knew her. Set in the bubble gum pop world of Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan and told a la VH1’s Behind The Music, Junie’s story tops itself one scandal after another as she rockets to international stardom and then faces the aftermath of a life under scrutiny.

Man, this reminded me of Team America so much. I delayed watching Dollhouse because I was afraid of how bad it was going to be… spoiler alert, it wasn’t bad at all! 

Even them music was super catchy. I could actually listen to it outside of the movie.

Dollhouse taking the lives of teen stars like Brittany Spears and Lindsay Lohan and mashing them together into the doll, Junie’s, life was one wild ride. A train wreck you can’t take your eyes off of. It’s crazy how much all these teen stars go through. 

Dollhouse is incredibly original and deserves recognition. It’s hard to top Team America, but Dollhouse did a wonderful job.

Dollhouse is now available through VOD platforms.

Reel ROB Rating: 5.75 out of 10 stars

Post Credits Scene: No


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