Spree

critic Reviews

, 66% Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • Joe Keery's magnetic screen presence can't disguise Spree's shallow critique of social media culture -- although that lack of depth may be precisely the point.
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    Becca JamesChicago Reader
    Spree is a joyride through the sinister side effects of social media.
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    Hannah StrongLittle White Lies
    Not as smart as it could be, but an entertaining ride.
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    Tim CogshellFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    This is all very clever and it completely works, but it does require a certain amount of effort.
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    Amy NicholsonFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    You do know exactly where this film is going to head, but I was on board. Even the detours were fun for me.
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    Richard RoeperChicago Sun-Times
    Just about every aspect of Spree has a layered meaning, including the title itself...
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    Kevin MaherTimes (UK)
    The charm of Keery's performance goes only so far, however, and the film is repetitive and blank, with little of interest to say about social media, modern life, or even loneliness.
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    M.G. MaillouxIn Review Online
    Spree is the movie we've been subconsciously anticipating...a movie that confidently bridges the distance between old and new media without selling out either.
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    Alan NgFilm Threat
    Kotlyarenko is quickly becoming one of my favorite indie filmmakers.
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    A.S. HamrahThe Baffler
    Spree is a giddy adventure in screen maximalism, random violence, and cultural bitterness.
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    Ella KempWeLoveCinema
    Keery elevates the film beyond its relatively derivative narrative with a performance at once dangerous and completely unthreatening.
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