Suburbicon

Suburbicon

Suburbicon

Suburbicon

A crime mystery set in the quiet family town of Suburbicon during the 1950s, where the best and worst of humanity is hilariously reflected through the deeds of seemingly ordinary people. When a home invasion turns deadly, a picture-perfect family turns to blackmail, revenge, and murder.

Suburbicon Details

Title Suburbicon
Air Date Oct 27, 2017
Runtime 104 Minutes
Networks Silver Pictures, Black Bear Pictures, Smokehouse Pictures,
Genres Action, Comedy, Crime, Mystery,
Country United States of America,
Languages en,

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  • This Was Just Not Good

    September 14th, 2017

    I'm a huge fan of the Coen Brothers. To me, cinema doesn't get much better than No Country for Old Men or Burn After Reading or Raising Arizona...you get the idea. So when I heard that George Clooney was directing their next original script, naturally I couldn't wait to see it. Fast track a year and a half later and here we are. Clooney proved to ...

  • Deeply Disappointing

    October 27th, 2017

    Full of unresolved conflicts and senseless scenarios. Drags along with no payoff on any level. One of the main issues throughout this movie was never hinted at in previews I saw. Had I known this topic would be so pervasive, I'd had never considered seeing this movie.. Potential for a good movie was lost by failure to bother tying in, resolving, e...

  • Horrible, awful movie

    October 27th, 2017

    Wow, this movie is some kind of horrible ode to social justice warrior wannabees everywhere. It was full of ridiculous race baiting and made very little sense. It even had a scene with a confederate flag in it... *face palm* I'm surprised it didn't cameo members of Antifa. This film was total tripe; avoid at all costs. ...

  • A Clash Of Too Many Tones

    September 25th, 2017

    I'm all for unique and different when it comes to filmmaking, but when a unique film doesn't do anything to intrigue its audience, aside from a consistent tone and setting, then it's not really all that impressive in the end. Suburbicon is George Clooney's latest attempt at direction, and I feel pretty much the same about this film as I did about ...

  • Glad the ticket was free, wish I got paid to endure it though.

    October 24th, 2017

    OK, I just got out of the advanced screening of this movie, I saw the IMDb ratings drop a few points in the time it took me to drive home. I can't blame the voters. In fact, as we were leaving the staff asked if we had any comments about the movie, I winced as if in pain, my buddy was perplexed, and the guy in front of us said and I quote, "Don't ...

  • A badly written propaganda piece disguised as "entertainment"

    October 28th, 2017

    Something important to note is that trailers of this film completely mislead the viewer. The previews like to pretend like there's some kind of story here, but in reality there is no story. You're being sold mostly anti-white anti-"alt-right" propaganda thinly veiled as "entertainment." There is no direction here. I wish I could blame this on one ...

  • How Bad Could it Be?

    October 27th, 2017

    Let me start by saying I love movies, I love Coen Bros, Wes Anderson style cinema. My family has watched at least 2 Coen Brothers movies each holiday season for many years. We quote lines literally, all of the time. Suberbicon is so slow, so meaningless, so gratuitous, that it is actually confusing to me as to why Matt Damon and George Clooney wou...

  • The Coens Never Needed The Clooney

    October 28th, 2017

    It may have seemed logical before, but now there's genuine proof that a Coen Brothers movie has to be both written and directed by Joel and Ethan so that the dark comedy seems genuine, palpable, and not one bit contrived.... But their own personal Cary Grant in George Clooney, the star of a few less inspired installments after the bro's last true ...

  • It's a Misguided, Mismatched Disaster

    October 28th, 2017

    George Clooney's latest directorial effort, overflows with Oscar-level talent both on camera and off. A quick glance at the credits list on IMDb would make moviegoers flush with excitement. But sadly, Suburbicon is one of those cases in which a movie with a loaded cast teamed with a star director and writers turns out awkwardly, embarrassingly wro...

  • They tried but failed...

    October 23rd, 2017

    This was just awful.... tiresome, predictable and boring. I wanted to love it, but there was nothing to even like. Top talent in every category but it fell flat, like a soufflé that did not rise. Satire should be funny, but there were few laughs. Irony may be too sophisticated to pull in an audience. It felt like something was just off - timing? ...

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