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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Charlotte Tillieux's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    Bonkers in a good way, until the horsemen get the story out of control.

  2. nadnab's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

  3. letters never sent's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    How bizarre, but not enough. Clever in all its silliness though. Probably even better if I was on something.

  4. Tiago Inácio's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    this filmmaker needs a lesson or two from Yorgos Lanthimos on how to make a surreal absurdist satire. meh!

  5. Eric Ortiz García's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

  6. mpho3's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    Boots Riley has successfully weirded me into some kind of cinematic submission that's left me worryfree but uneasy.

  7. María F. Guerrero's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    the line between completely stupid and absolutely brilliant is a toothpick thin one, but sorry to bother you perfectly aligns with it. i'm all for the foolish, stupid and over the top, knowing perfectly when to stop and when to push harder

  8. Shawnmubi's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    I like this film for its social commentary and highlighting in its own unique way the inequities of modern life, the games we need to play to get by and the principle defeating sacrifices people make to climb the pyramid of ever decreasing opportunity for financial gain.

  9. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    Like nails on a chalkboard- on top of being a half baked and misguided excuse for social commentary and being a really unfunny comedy (I don't think I laughed once), it has the gall to evoke realistic footage from the Ferguson and Charlottesville protests in the midst of this otherwise lighthearted farce revealing the filmmakers to be tone deaf and insensitive!

  10. Miguel Plante's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    Histoire originale, bien jouée, relativement bien dirigée et réalisée, exploitant sans subtilité la thématique du racisme, le point positif du film de Boots Riley est probablement son côté imprévisible. Un peu dans la veine d'Edgar Wright, on utilise l'aspect visuel à des fins humoristiques, intelligemment, mais quelques choix au montage et au scénario nous laisseront sur notre faim.

  11. Tudor Buhatel's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

  12. jhubbs's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    Visually reminds of Spike Jonze, very fun to look at. Music is fresh. Stanfield is excellent in the lead role, Hardwick is great supporting. The "friends" supporting roles fare less well, too expected, but maybe that lies on the script. Tessa Thompson char was annoying "woke" artist, not cool or lovable, kept hoping protag would realize. Lazy socialist ideas. Film falls apart in last 20mins; final twist is dumb. 3.75

  13. Louis Léonard's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    Well, that escalated (not so) quickly.

  14. CarlosEsquives's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    Un debut de interés. Al primer conflicto me recuerda a "Blue collar" solo que aquí la sátira y la comedia son las pautas. Es un mundo en donde el esclavismo ha sido normalizado y el proletario ha decidido poner orden. Riley tiene ingenio para crear la burla y a su vez estimular la reflexión. Ahora, la burla no solo golpea contra lo antagónico, sino contra la cultura en general. Desde lo racial hasta las performances.

  15. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    Often social satire is laugh on the inside funny. You think, "How clever." This is laugh on the outside funny. It's absolutely crazy unpredictable. Lakeith is so good on Atlanta, so it's great to see him branch out.

  16. Not A Sexy Vampire's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    What starts out as Atlanta: The Movie eventually becomes something more horrific than Get Out. I'm not entirely sure that transition works exactly but it's hard to deny the film's strange, dreamy, nightmarish power. Stanfield is wonderful, Thompson is style goals and Yuen plays a slightly less psychotic version of his Burning character. At its best when it's a savage satire of white people (that rap scene!).

  17. Marta Batista's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    Some Black Mirror vibes mixed with a very peculiar type of dark comedy? This was the movie from 2018 that left me the most disturbed -- yes, more than Lars von Trier's. This is the kind of thing that freaks me out.

  18. Duarte Ferreira's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    Boots Riley sure can conjure up some downright demented ways to expose his cynical views on the predatory society. But unfortunately, I found Sorry to Bother You to be a film that was more focused on providing the next piece on social commentary, than in fleshing out its characters in meaningful ways. I'm still giving it a positive review because its very accomplished technically though, along with some great satire.

  19. Dumitru.Nurciu's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    It felt like the movie loses it's grip in the second half, until the end.

  20. Semaj Rose's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    A witty, scathing, anti-establishment manifesto with a quirky, unique visual style. Unfortunately for much of the run time the rage that director Boots Riley spits on corporate america comes off as unfocused or oversimplified. The aforementioned visual form does not strongly connect to the function of the story, and the twist near the end down right demolishes anything interesting that has been said politically.

  21. Beki's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    It was going well, and then it just became super random and badly resolved, with so many things rushing by the end... A kind of "worker-rights-for-americans", I doubt it works outside of that specific society.

  22. blkrchs's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

  23. Carolina Frade's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

  24. itwstlnd's rating of the film Sorry to Bother You

    the complexity and care in constructing the script and deciding on the aesthetic tools to use make it one of the best movies ever made in the US. Clearly a movie that enters the history of film