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Bodies Bodies Bodies

Bodies Bodies Bodies

2022
Comedy
Suspense/Thriller
1h 34m
When a group of rich 20-somethings plan a hurricane party at a remote family mansion, a party game turns deadly in this fresh and funny look at backstabbing, fake friends, and one party gone very, very wrong.
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Bodies Bodies Bodies

2022
Comedy
Suspense/Thriller
1h 34m
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Rated 16 Aug 2022
91
67th
Being someone who is the same age as these characters, I thought the satire was hilarious, and the way these characters interacted with each other and argued was spot-on and so ridiculous that I couldn’t help but laugh. I’m legitimately curious what the older viewers will think of this. Will they get it? Won’t they? Time will tell. I had a damn good time. It was Al l done tastefully and the performances were excellent, especially Sennott). A clever, fresh mystery with a really well kept reveal.
Rated 07 Feb 2023
50
21st
Firmly in my I don't care about rich people dying era
Rated 22 Jan 2023
8
85th
Clearly making fun of the twentysomething, terminally online, non-binary ally with post-capitalism induced mental issues. If you think the writing is cringe or bad, you've never heard these people talk in real life. The ending is hilarious even if you see it coming.
Rated 21 Dec 2022
70
65th
Most of the characters are awful human beings, and the plot stretches believability but the movie is well-paced and the ending is memorable.
Rated 06 Jun 2023
7
76th
Yeah this is pretty fun. Bodies, Bodies, Bodies is maybe a little too on the nose for me to really love this, but I gotta respect how far it truly leans into it. It really feels like more of a spoof than anything artistically gravitating, but it’s kind of a breath of fresh air in that regards. Its biggest knock might be the fact that none of the characters are likable, but that’s clearly by design. It’s hard to really rate this, as it’s just dumb in a way that’s respectable. Weird.
Rated 12 Aug 2022
83
81st
Delightful. Absolutely delightful. I wish it were marketed more as what it is, but maybe that helps with the pleasure you get from the movie. The meta commentary is mwah. Loved it despite its growing pains in parts.
Rated 06 Sep 2022
75
96th
This is the greatest deconstruction of Gen Z being its own demise that I have ever seen & probably ever will see, & the fact that it does that while targeting a Gen Z audience on top of boasting a largely Gen Z cast is just amazing. It isn't laughing AT us, it's laughing WITH us because it knows that we know we're fucked. And that's beautiful. Rachel Sennott is a massive star, the rest of the players did well too. Okuno & DeLappe are truly talented scripters. This can be the 2020's' Scream.
Rated 19 Aug 2022
52
37th
** S P O ! L E R S A H E A D** Takes you on a ride. The twist was so obvious but who else thought the killer was protag? It was a fun outrageous whodunit. But the dialogue. The fucking dialogue is so bland and underwhelming. People are gonna say the haters are old or out of touch but nah it’s just bad writing. Despite that sour note. I enjoyed it I guess… C
Rated 02 Jul 2023
65
25th
I guess this is a fairly accurate depiction of what would happen if you'd put people as entitled and as stupid as these people were in a situation like theirs. That makes this slightly more creative and interesting than your average horror/thriller/whatever. But when literally none of the characters is likable, and almost all of them are absolutely intolerable, it simply doesn't make a very enjoyable watch.
Rated 01 Oct 2022
74
68th
Lots of fun. Sure, you'll guess the twist about 25 minutes in, but between a bunch of above-average acting and some pretty on-point satire, it still works. Why bother remaking Scream when there's this?
Rated 15 Oct 2022
82
75th
Delightful little horror comedy that feels like a great parody of Gen Z to this millennial. I totally didn't see the twist coming, but there's some intense ethical and moral discussions that come along the path that I wasn't expecting with something that takes itself so unseriously.
Rated 23 Aug 2023
75
83rd
While a bit less comedy focused than I expected, the tone works quite well for it. The characters being somewhat hard to root for (probably intentional) is the only issue I had with it, as everything else worked for me. Unique score that fits the film, well paced, and very unpredictable. I did feel really confident that I had the ending figured out, but what it actually ended up being was a lot better. Maybe not for everyone, but I had a lot of fun with it.
Rated 01 Sep 2022
40
18th
Bodies? Yeah, sure. Bodies? Maybe. Bodies? No thanks. Didn't even once use Drowning Pool's "Bodies". A murder mystery where I didn't care about the murder or the mystery. If you told me an algorithm created this film, I'd believe you. It's a satire in the loosest sense of the word.
Rated 06 Dec 2023
45
25th
Je me sens presque honteux de ne pas avoir vu venir le final, pourtant évident. Une idée amusante, construite sur des poncifs, et des clichés tendancieux (la morale du film cependant), reste que je n'aime pas cette génération, donc ?
Rated 18 Aug 2022
70
58th
took a Blumhouse-horror-ass plot and was better than it had any right to be.
Rated 21 Aug 2022
75
68th
A very solid portrayal of some of the worst fucking people to ever be the “protagonists” of a movie. Almost reaches misery porn status with how brutal they are.
Rated 04 Aug 2022
35
54th
Bodies Bodies Bodies, a deliriously silly and entertaining slasher-cum-whodunit in the Scream tradition, counts on maximum killability. As grisly as the action gets, Bodies Bodies Bodies remains a breezy drawing room mystery, right down to a satisfying finale that’s true to the dopey ethos of the whole enterprise. The killable kids of the past have died for less.
Rated 13 Aug 2022
81
84th
Surprisingly, the gen z social commentary satire(ish) horror movie works without feeling cringe. It's mostly well paced, and it balances humor and horror pretty well.
Rated 24 Jan 2023
85
77th
Ultimate terminally online antidote movie
Rated 09 Mar 2023
8
75th
While it may not be as shocking or scary as some other horror films, it succeeds in offering a fresh take on the genre while also providing a nuanced and authentic representation of Gen Z.
Rated 15 Mar 2023
70
71st
Whodunit but with varying degrees of insufferable people. Pretty good.
Rated 09 Mar 2023
55
50th
It has its moments, but the specific scenes and lines that shined are surrounded by some not-so-entertaining or funny parts. Those high points paired with the ending make this feel like it was on the verge of being really great, but ultimately I think it's just slightly above-average in what it's trying to do.
Rated 30 Mar 2023
82
75th
Future horror cult favorite!
Rated 24 May 2023
88
36th
Pretty good twist. Otherwise, somewhat average horror.
Rated 01 Jun 2023
24
15th
Everyone is very annoying but more importantly not suspenseful or memorable at all. I guess you would like it if you're into the idea of a satire of how young people pathologize being shitty.
Rated 28 Feb 2023
66
39th
A movie with this nice of a pace and enough whodunnit trappings will neve be bad but it’s hard to really pull all of it off and this one mostly does but it gets grating to sit with for a long time. You’re not Wes craven you’re not
Rated 27 Jan 2023
86
37th
There's some biting satirical commentary on Gen Z here and the dialogue is made better by some believable and desperate performances. The film walks an inventive line between thriller, horror, and black comedy. My biggest problem and the reason I don't rate this higher is that all of these characters are kind of terrible people. So, as much as I appreciated the film's genre-bending twists, it was hard to root for anyone in the movie and the experience feels maybe a little bit empty.
Rated 17 Jun 2023
1
5th
I’m sorry but this level of zoomer energy makes me want to eat a pistol and paint the wall with my brains lmao
Rated 20 Dec 2022
30
10th
What a pile of bull crap. This is a terrible film with terrible characters with one of the worst endings/reveals I have ever seen in a horror film.
Rated 08 Jul 2023
66
45th
Imagine if from the start of the game the rest of the film was shot in the dark.
Rated 02 Oct 2023
58
20th
A who-dun-it that uses gen z terminology and being rich as an excuse for people to die, because that's oh so original. It's not awful, but it's nothing clever or new either. This also marks the second movie I've watched just to watch Pete Davidson die.
Rated 31 Jul 2023
86
55th
Bitting commentary on the current generation, I didn't think this was a horror movie though.
Rated 12 Aug 2023
35
1st
Dull. I think I'm too old for it, the characters didn't resonate, you didn't even properly hate them, they were all just a bit samey, vapid, boring, and so I never really cared how it would end.
Rated 28 Aug 2023
60
34th
too much of a gen z sattire for me to really love it... had a fun time though
Rated 31 Aug 2023
70
45th
último ato salva
Rated 02 Sep 2023
10
0th
eng; [bodies bodies bodies]; eine gruppe von genz jugendlichen von reichen eltern und treffen sich in einem haus um werwolf zu spielen - doch chaotische schuldzuweisungen beginnen, da während eines hurricanes wirklich jemand stirbt.; (film zeigt die reflektion einer hysterischen gesellschaft);
Rated 06 Nov 2023
79
74th
Defacoolgamethatshittyfriendscantplaylool+hedrankamediumamountlmao+donthitmeyoualreadyshotmelool+ilikedhowtheyweregoingbackonthesuspect-hekilledhimselfbyaccidenttostartitlmao
Rated 24 Nov 2023
70
42nd
I thought the generational satire was on point, but really pretty shallow. I think there's a tendency to exaggerate exactly how different particular generations are, while the truth is closer to something like: All people in their 20's (to pick an age range that's relevant to this film) are at their core very much alike, and the ways particular crops of them are different have more to do with the particularities of history than who they are essentially.
Rated 11 Dec 2023
65
58th
Satirical gen-z whodunnit that worked surprisingly well considering how absolutely horrible (but well-acted) almost all characters on screen were. Some clever twists throughout.
Rated 28 Jan 2024
75
50th
I'm angry at myself for liking this as much as I did.
Rated 01 Mar 2024
80
72nd
What a delightful surprise. I was skeptical of this one going in and even more skeptical after the first 15 minutes or so, but it really comes around and totally sticks the landing. The screenplay is very clever and often laugh out loud funny. The characters are generally terrible people, but that's half the fun here. Sennott especially stands out as hilarious, both in character and performance. A very fun time.
Rated 16 Mar 2024
45
16th
Klişe teen slasher. Issız 1 evde, kasırga gelmesinden dolayı 5 kız 2 erkek parti yapacaktır. Filmde herkes kalan sağlam bizimdir patır patır ölmeye başlıyorlar. Çok fazla aşırı kakafoni. Gereksiz de uzun. Filmin sonunda, kurtulan 2 kız. Kaşınanı kaşırlar.
Rated 03 Apr 2024
60
31st
long time no see
Rated 01 Jul 2024
40
1st
If watching dumb entitled rich people playing dumb entitled rich people killing each other over dumb entitled rich people stuff tickles your fancy, this is the movie for you.
Rated 02 Jul 2024
75
40th
Entertaining! Doesn't really stand out in any way though, wouldn't be my choice to recommend to a friend.
Rated 28 Sep 2022
2
10th
All fine until the final third which lags
Rated 27 Sep 2022
75
56th
An original slasher, finally. Fight the urge to shut it off midway through, hold on until the end and all the by-the-numbers killings and whodunit atmosphere pays off
Rated 05 Feb 2023
64
26th
Spent most of the movie unsure if I liked it. The ending convinced me that I did.
Rated 28 Apr 2023
75
49th
This was very fun and well cast, I only had some problems with the pacing in the back half.
Rated 03 Dec 2022
78
50th
A good concept mixed with a successful satire on gen z.
Rated 26 Dec 2022
20
25th
I read Jean-Paul Sartre's "The Wall" too.
Rated 14 Sep 2022
58
47th
Different energy (all for the better) than the rest of the bunch. But that’s it.
Rated 13 Aug 2022
20
12th
a.k.a. "Shit Euphoria". Watching coked-up "mean girls" sniping at each other with woke language for 90 minutes. Really only for people whose daily interactions are swimming in verbiage of "privilege", race, socioeconomic class, disabilities, mental health and illness, etc. You know...comedy.
Rated 14 Aug 2022
75
68th
BBB is a great novel look at contemporary youth culture, its desires, its nihilism, and its weird entanglement in culture wars while borrowing language from teen angst and teen slasher genres. It's noteworthy that "liberals" are caught in their own paranoias, living in secluded luxury homes ("vet" who went to Afghanistan), while "virtue" comes from a "Russian" girl (non-liberal "other"), who stays and fights for her love. In that sense, it has a strong political stance. Plus, it's very funny!
Rated 19 Aug 2022
71
37th
Struggles to balance tone (the suspense works more efficiently than the comedy) and develop all characters in relation to its satirical focus. The first fifteen minutes show promise, but its execution falters. I also would've appreciated a more realized coverage pattern for dialogue - the gun scene in particular becomes grating when it should've been wittier, due in great part to repetition of close-ups. A couple jokes do land explosively and the end twist was fun. A flawed experience.
Rated 20 Aug 2022
75
36th
Bodies Bodies Bodies does have its moments, but as a whole, the social commentary was about as novel as the slasher tropes featured in the film. Pairing this with another A24 movie, Spring Breakers, highlights just how little has changed in the decade following that movie's release. As an aside, the film score reminded me of the one for It Follows but I didn't expect it to be the same damn composer.
Rated 21 Aug 2022
4
51st
Enjoyable and actually funny at points but really does just lack tension at all. I was more on edge because there was a guy in my theatre with a hood on and headphones in pacing around.
Rated 08 Oct 2022
40
13th
Satire is sometimes spot on -- the zeitgeist material about podcasts, just rich kids being stupid for most of the time --, but I just couldn't understand how it tried to hard to stretch in order to resemble a whodunit suspense or a slasher horror. Just lame.
Rated 22 Sep 2022
81
57th
Overall a better horror than a comedy but the performances (Harper from Industry is in this! watch Industry!) and direction make it a very entertaining watch. Laughed my ass off at the climax.
Rated 25 Sep 2022
65
29th
This movie is giving me difficulties. I see the satire here about overusing concepts (such as gaslighting) and how this is supposed to be how Gen Z talks. I could appreciate that even if the characters come across more as embodiments of ideas rather than being fleshed out. I suppose the whodunnit was interesting enough, but they made wild leaps to get to some places, which hurt the tension. And it's not scary and I didn't find it especially amusing. . Enjoyed the ending.
Rated 25 Sep 2022
54
26th
2022'de #IzlediğimFilmler ; 250. Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022) Filmin havasına girmek için ben de bol alkolle 😅filmi takip ettim, onun etkisinden mi bilmiyorum filme çok da giremedim yine :)
Rated 24 Jan 2023
66
36th
Agatha Christie meets Project X meets Woke Werewolf meets Blair Witch Project
Rated 01 Oct 2022
43
31st
Bullshit... iPhone's battery can't last that much!
Rated 02 Oct 2022
63
35th
Some really over the top millennial cringe moments (by design), but overall it was alright. I wish there was more of a particular character than we got (seasonal depression sufferer. won't know who unless you've seen it so that's not a spoiler). 6.3 for me. Rewatched 07/05/24. Same score.
Rated 02 Oct 2022
70
60th
Bodies Bodies Bodies is a movie that most people might easily hate or dislike, but I had a lot of fun watching it. It has succeeded in presenting the slasher genre as satire with the Gen Z and all their ridiculous personalities. I especially loved the ending, laughed a lot while watching it, and never expected something like this to happen.
Rated 14 Oct 2022
58
57th
Oh my God, this is how my generation talks with one another.
Rated 17 Oct 2022
70
61st
It bills itself as a biting satire of Gen Z youth culture and although I doubt it has anything particularly novel to say in that regard, the Zoomer comedy is at least well-executed and certainly makes for a quotable affair. Beyond that, as a horror film, its various twists and turns are all telegraphed well in advance but I still enjoyed following them nonetheless. Overall, it's a solid movie.
Rated 31 Oct 2022
79
61st
Solid movie. Obnoxious. As indented. Made me ffel old and being thankful for it. There should be (and will be) more movies about how the internet ruins undeveloped brains. But also: "You're silencing me!"
Rated 26 Nov 2022
79
63rd
An enjoyable watch - it has to be exhausting growing up in today's world
Rated 03 Dec 2022
60
20th
The zoomer satire is pretty funny, and the potential ambiguity of the whodunit keeps things mostly interesting. In the end it weirdly comes together too well, leaving me with a feeling like, “huh… yeah, that makes sense. I guess there’s no point thinking about that ever again.”
Rated 03 Dec 2022
54
16th
your parents…are upper…middle…class no, they're not they are... they teach at university it's public.
Rated 07 Jan 2023
1
8th
Rated 17 Jan 2023
69
39th
Thank god it went the way that it did
Rated 25 Dec 2022
80
17th
not bad but it was softcore porn
Rated 03 Jan 2023
73
54th
Face-to-face socializing in the age of being Very Online. Tosses all the concerns of social media into a blender and creates a slasher film puree that is accurately cruel, selfish, and pointless. The final two minutes are the perfect cherry on top. I hate games like Werewolf and Mafia, so this was quite relatable for me.
Rated 21 Jan 2023
70
50th
I don't know if I was enjoying this the whole way through but there was some intrigue and boy they absolutely nailed the landing.

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