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Positive Role Models
Wealthy 20-something characters intended to be examples of familiar yet annoying behavior. Their reactions to a tense situation are understandable, but they aren't exactly role-model material. They party hard, are quick to blame others and point out one another's faults.
Women wrote, directed, produced the film with specific intention of creating culturally relevant entertainment with a female perspective. Characters reflect gender, ethnic, and economic diversity. References to mental health disorder.
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Violence & Scariness
Several bloody deaths. Gun shots. Significant fall. Stabbings. Punch. Physical fighting. Hit with a heavy object. Slaps in the face that are done in fun.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Lots of sensual making out. Talk about sex. Genitals are cupped outside the clothes. A woman in a breast-accentuating bathing suit bounces around to the point that it seems like she was directed to draw attention to the jiggle.
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Pervasive strong language includes "ass," "bitch," "d--k," "p---y," "s--t," and frequent use of "f--k."
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Products & Purchases
References made to brands for humor, including 7-Eleven.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Heavy drug use, including pill-popping and snorting lines of cocaine. Nonstop drinking, including shots. Bottles of alcohol, wine, and champagne spread throughout the house. Vaping. One character is recovering from a substance dependency.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Bodies Bodies Bodies is a very entertaining but very mature comedic murder mystery starring Amandla Stenberg and Pete Davidson. With the action taking place in a quarantine-type situation, it basically feels like a scripted take on Among Us, the mobile game that took off during the COVID-19 pandemic. Expect intense violence, with blood and the use of weapons such as guns, knives, and heavy household objects. There's heavy-duty drinking and drug use, as well as very strong language throughout ("f--k," "s--t," "p---y," and more). Characters make out passionately, grope each other, and make sexual references. To stay in the loop on more movies like this, you can sign up for weekly Family Movie Night emails.
Is It Any Good?
Phenomenally written, perfectly cast, and expertly directed, director Halina Reijn's murder mystery is crafted with such magnificence that she leaves Agatha Christie choking in her dust. Not since Scream has a horror comedy so successfully captured the zeitgeist.
Made for Gen Z -- specifically, those who feel defined by Euphoria -- this razor-sharp comedy laughs with them, not at them. Screenwriters Sarah DeLappe and Kristen Roupenian characterize the generation as righteousness meets recklessness, emboldened by living in a progressive environment and weakened by their blindness to their own entitlement. The film is shocking, not for its violence or terror, but for its truthfulness. This is no slasher film where you find yourself yelling at dumb teenagers not to go into the basement -- it's one where you relate to their actions so much that you question your own judgment. Bodies Bodies Bodies is smart comedy and honest horror.
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