Quick Movie Reviews
Chris Kavan - wrote on 09/11/2023
Agatha Christie by means of Gen Z, Bodies Bodies Bodies is a smart whodunnit that leaves you guessing until the end - with a great stinger to make it all come together. The (mostly) female cast plays well off each other in a world lit by cell phones, glow sticks and flashlights as a power outage (during a hurricane no less) makes for some great lighting effects. I should be too old for this - but I still think it was a lot of fun.
Indyfreak - wrote on 11/12/2022
Very funny and very cynical whodunit that starts out as a 'twenty-somethings hanging out' type of comedy but then it shifts abruptly and violently into a murder mystery. And it does a good job of heightening tension and unveiling each character's sordid or just pathetic backstories. I can see this not working for everyone. Almost every character is a nasty piece of work. But that's a part of the dark humor and the commentary intertwined in the script.
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 10/29/2022
Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None" reworked as a teen slasher movie is a promising proposal and "Bodies Bodies Bodies" doesn't skip on essential character details. It just doesn't make for a very compelling mystery, and its frequent jabs at social commentary feel inadequately superficial and out of place.