Crimes of the Future

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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

A deep dive into the not-so-distant future in which humankind is learning to adapt to its synthetic surroundings. This evolution moves humans beyond their natural state and into a metamorphosis, which alters their biological makeup.

Cast

  • Viggo Mortensen
  • Léa Seydoux
  • Kristen Stewart
  • Scott Speedman
  • Welket Bungué
  • Don McKellar
  • Yorgos Pirpassopoulos
  • Tanaya Beatty
  • Nadia Litz
  • Lihi Kornowski

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Verified Review

This is the strangest movie I have seen this year. It's not a movie for most people because of how weird it can get. It was my first David Cronenberg film, but I really liked his style of body horror. The world building and concept of body modification in this movie was very intriguing. However, I wouldn't recommend this film unless you're a David Cronenberg fan or into concepts that explore new and weird territories.

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Gabriel D
Verified Review

I should have just stayed home and hung out with my cat

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Robert M

Metacritic

75
May 27, 2022

David Cronenberg stares upon humanity’s need to evolve toward some kind of survival with a serene, godlike assurance.

Metacritic review by Mark Hanson
Mark Hanson
Slant Magazine
60
May 25, 2022

Structured as a hardboiled detective thriller, Crimes of the Future has plenty of provocative concepts and images that will put a grin on your face (not least the dancer who has several ears on his face), but you may find yourself willing the plot to pick up momentum, and the ickiness to get a whole lot ickier.

Nicholas Barber
BBC
60
May 25, 2022

Crimes of the Future still has its strengths. Howard Shore’s score lends a tragic, almost stately emotional counterpoint to the steel of the wit.

Metacritic review by John Bleasdale
John Bleasdale
CineVue