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Triangle of Sadness

Triangle of Sadness

2022
Drama
2h 27m
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Avg Percentile 59.24% from 1213 total ratings

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Rated 18 Dec 2022
86
89th
The surprise of the year. Such a well-written and beautifully crafted satire. Not subtle at all, but the bluntness works wonders. All the characters are clever and have a purpose, and the attention to detail is remarkable. My only negative is that the third act did drag in some parts, contrary to the second act which nailed the pacing.
Rated 29 Apr 2023
73
32nd
Pretty entertaining and goes in directions I wasn't expecting, with a good cast. Quite original. There's nothing particularly deep about it's take down of the rich and pompous but it's solid.
Rated 14 Sep 2023
60
28th
This film reminded me of two other satirical films of recent years - Greed, with Steve Coogan and The Menu, with Ralph Fiennes and Anya Taylor-Joy. Its very much a dark comedy and its certainly quirky. Its maybe a little obvious what happens when you think back but there you go. Its not without its amusing moments, though I certainly wouldn't (personally) classify it as an 'out and out' comedy film, more like a bleak drama with a heavy emphasis on upper class satire? or some such.
Rated 08 Mar 2023
70
41st
Somehow very mild in all aspects. I didn't mind it but I have no idea why it's received so much praise. A perfectly ok film but not great and definitely a bit all over the place and far too long.
Rated 08 Jan 2023
96
77th
Palm winners always are edgy, this one at least had a message of importance.
Rated 28 May 2023
70
64th
With throwing away of the subtletly (that was abundant in The Square) came a more public-friendly black comedy. The second act was quite annoying to see not because of how dirty it was but because of how bugging those two capitalist/Marxist pigs were. I liked the other two chapters.
Rated 15 Feb 2023
60
56th
Quite funny and surprising to be honest.
Rated 12 Mar 2023
50
4th
There are some interesting elements to this movie, but they are outweighed by its lack of coherence, believability, and originality. The character development is weak, and the pacing is uneven. Overall, I would not recommend this movie.
Rated 13 Nov 2022
48
4th
Great concept, terrible execution. Every single scene drags its feet and the film takes far too long to get moving. I like slow burners, but this was more of a tepid smoulder. There were glimpses of the intended message throughout, overrun with excessive gross humour and teeth-pulling dialogue. A tighter edit and more focus on the charicatures of society the cast were playing, and this could have been great. But it's not. Bloated and pretentious in the wrong way, and just boring in the end.
Rated 29 Mar 2024
86
50th
A dark comedy satire about power, equality and the struggle for survival. Winner of the Palme d'Or at Cannes, "Triangle Of Sadness" is a worry wrinkle on the face of the privileged and the wealthy. At times disgusting and with a wicked sense of humor, Ruben Ostlund's social commentary satirizes class disparity, power imbalance and the disruption of hierarchy. With emphasis on political philosophy and social criticism, "Triangle" is very unpredictable and in the end will leave you wanting more.
Rated 12 Mar 2023
80
80th
I thought it was hilarious throughout. The third act had a few plot problems that just took this down a notch. One of my favorites from 2022 so far and, in my eyes, far superior to Force Majeure.
Rated 29 Nov 2022
70
24th
Has some pacing issues, but all in all, its weirdness carries it through the finish line.
Rated 09 Nov 2022
80
27th
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Rated 02 Nov 2023
30
8th
Too pretentious for its own good, and quite aimless as well - each of its three sections could be their own separate stories. I understand why some people would like this, but there are many other better movies to watch before I would recommend this.
Rated 08 Nov 2022
72
42nd
Funny with great cinematography, but that's about it. If we are talking about a critique of capitalism, the film doesn't do a very good job past the grotesque depiction of the rich. Tropes such as the middle-class poser Marxist (Woody Harrelson's character) and the worker(s) turning murderous as soon as they get a bit of power, lead the viewer to conclusions that only serve the interests of the class the film intends to make fun of. Luke-warm liberal attempt at critique...
Rated 06 Jul 2023
80
46th
Abigail is the captain now.

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