Samuel L. Jackson And Brie Larson Made Non-Marvel Movie Together

Two years after Brie Larson's directorial debut premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival, Unicorn Store is finally coming to Netflix. So, instead, she saddles up with corporate America, rather begrudgingly.

Turns out that what Larson needs is a unicorn, which "was the only thing I ever wanted", she replies.

In a role she once auditioned for and didn't get - until she stepped up to direct - Larson stars as Kit, a lonely twenty-something dreamer who's reluctant to leave the comforts of childhood and fully embrace adulthood. But the Unicorn Store might be the answer to Kit's woes - not because it will finally give her the thing she's most desire in life, but because it may teach her how to love herself and to experience the truth of one big life lesson: "The most grown-up thing you can do is fail at things you really care about". Her decision to buy the unicorn doesn't sit well with her parents, played by Joan Cusack and Bradley Whitford, who wonder why she can't just get a puppy and grow up. Executive producers are McIntyre, Jean-Luc De Fanti, Nathan Kelly, and Anne Woodward. "Behold, we sell what you need".

The trailer continues to highlight familial tensions and the strained dynamic between Kit, her parents, and her presumed brother Kevin (Karan Soni) when Kit says, "I know that I'm just a disappointment".

Those who have screened the movie are a bit mixed on it. But, as we've seen, those scores can be a little unreliable. The film now holds a 68 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes and a 48 percent grade on Metacritic. In any case, since Netflix picked this one up, it will cost nothing additional for subscribers to watch it, accept for their time. But Unicorn Store was saved by streaming giant, which debuts the film in April.