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Rosalio Galvan 5 months ago
funny, absurd, didn't care for the narration though
Aaron Jones 6 months ago
Utterly absurd. Defied my expectations, not that I know what I was expecting.
Fernando Olivas 6 months ago
What is love?
Adam Meehan over 1 year ago
Terribly English. Dry and absurd.
Davis Keck over 1 year ago
Weird awkward weird depressing weird. Not enough lobsters. Also Colin Farrell is fat LOL.
Bob Blaschuk over 1 year ago
Bizarre and absurd in the best ways, and quite smart at times, yet runs out of steam.
Tony Gandía over 1 year ago
Very original and interesting but a bit fatiguing to get through.
Noah Rymer almost 2 years ago
Good, dark, and weird. reminiscent of "a brave new world" in its absurdity.
Natasha Marchev 2 years ago
review: http://bohemianrhapsodyclub.weebly.com/la-premiere.html
emilio murillo 2 years ago
Just when one starts to feel comfortable: BAM: Unique, unmistakable, Lanthimos humor.Great
Zach Sly over 2 years ago
A bizarre, absurdist black comedy that works on so many levels. Original and masterful.
Robyn Hamilton over 2 years ago
Can't make my mind up on this one... weird doesn't cover it
Charlie Alcock over 2 years ago
Really liked it. Funny and dark and thoughtful.
Damian Campo over 2 years ago
Very original film about a crazy possible future where living in couples is mandatory.
Lenart Skoberne over 2 years ago
Darkly comic, melancholic, utterly weird and absolutely wonderful
Natalie over 2 years ago
was not feeling the second half
Christopher Leno over 2 years ago
Very clever and very funny in places. Some quirky characters and an interesting plot line.
Fabio Fsr 9 days ago
In a dystopian near future, single people, according to the laws of The City, are taken to The Hotel, where they are obliged to find a romantic partner in forty-five days or are transformed into beasts and sent off into The Woods.
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