Bones and All

critic Reviews

, 85% Certified Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • Although its subject matter may be hard to stomach, Bones and All proves a deeply romantic and thought-provoking treat.
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    Tara BradyIrish Times
    As unsettling as it is heart-racing. The denouement, too, is worth waiting for. Cannibalism has never looked prettier.
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    Linda MarricThe Jewish Chronicle
    Chalamet proved once and for all that he is the real deal.
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    James BerardinelliReelViews
    Filled with underdeveloped characters and a plot that goes nowhere, it reinforces the feeling I got from Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria remake: this director doesn’t understand horror but is really good at putting viewers to sleep.
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    Carlos AguilarRogerEbert.com
    [A] beautiful, voracious coming-of-age romance.
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    A.A. DowdChron
    For a good long while, Bones and All is rather outstanding, an equally seductive and sinister scavenging of genre touchstones.
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    Anna BogutskayaTime Out
    The beauty [Luca Guadagnino] finds in the savagery of these two outsiders’ affliction merges with the sweetness of a story of first love. Is a heartthrob still a heartthrob if he’s soaked in blood? Here, the answer is yes.
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    Marriska FernandesThat Shelf
    Gory? Yes, but Bones and All is an absolutely delicious watch. It showcases a different romantic idealism that’s perhaps rarely caught on film.
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    Mike McGranaghanAisle Seat
    A story that hits you in places you didn't know you could be hit.
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    Matt ConwayBattle Royale With Cheese
    Guadagnino conjures remarkable sensitivity throughout Bones, wrestling sincerely with his characters’ three-dimensional perspectives without rendering clean-cut conclusions.
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    Kevin CarrFat Guys at the Movies
    An intriguing idea, but told so down to earth that it buried itself in indifference.
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