Greener Grass

critic Reviews

78% Certified Fresh Tomatometer Score78%
  • Greener Grass is far from the first comedy to skewer suburbia -- but it might be among the most bizarre and surreally distinctive.
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    Chris KnightNational Post
    I can see what the filmmakers are aiming for, but suburban life seems too easy a target, and the surreal comedy too broad to deliver the desired impact.
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    Mike McGranaghanAisle Seat
    If you possess an appreciation for the absurd, there are big laughs throughout this wonderfully oddball enterprise.
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    Christian TotoHollywoodInToto.com
    This absurdist romp offers sumptuous set design, a dedicated cast and very few laughs.
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    Sherilyn ConnellySF Weekly
    Jill is the ostensible protagonist because she has something resembling an emotional arc, yet she's so often a part of the random weirdness that it's difficult to identify with her.
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    Heather WixsonDaily Dead
    A satirical send-up of suburban life that feels like it would be right at home airing in the late-night hours of Adult Swim, Greener Grass is an absurdly offbeat examination of the American Dream.
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    Laura HirosDiario La Estrella (Fort Worth, TX)
    Something that goes beyond [black humor], more extreme, almost sick. [Full review in Spanish]
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    Eric D. SniderCrooked Marquee
    An absurdist suburban satire, arch and surreal... Wears thin before it's over, but it made me laugh enough overall to recommend it.
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    Josh KupeckiAustin Chronicle
    Greener Grass feels sometimes episodic, but it can be an incredibly entertaining romp through the picket fence yards of an America that only exists in our collective unconscious.
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    Dennis SchwartzOzus' World Movie Reviews
    It's a nutty satire on the suburban normal that should make us wary of filmmakers who have nothing to say.
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    Roger MooreMovie Nation
    Randomly satiric in aim, but a few funny set pieces that play like three episodes of "Upright Citizen's Brigade" strung together don't add up to much of a movie.
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