Movie Review: Bones and All

Far too often, based on high ratings on Rotten Tomatoes I have been tricked into seeing a very bad movie. The latest is a horrendous waste of 2 hours called “Bones and All”. For reasons completely unknown this film – about people known as “Eaters”, who are a breed of near-homeless people living in extremely depressing and dark squalor and eat people – is getting an 85% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Why this mess is getting any positive reviews – I have no idea. This movie is a giant mess of depressing garbage and one of the few movies I just had to leave early after suffering through 75% of this disaster. Why would anyone want to see another human being (and not a zombie) eat another human being and find this entertaining is a mystery.

For some reason, an actor as relevant as Timothée Chalamet agreed to be in this extremely bad movie. Other actors are less well known, Taylor Russell and Mark Rylance are also in this 2 hours of depressing waste.

There is not much to write about this one other than the 61% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes makes much more sense, with my rating 2% and a huge thumbs down for one of the worse films I have ever seen.