2015, Comedy, 1h 31m8 Reviews 50+ Ratings
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Applesauce mixes genres (here, a revenge fantasy meets a relationship drama) to create a brightly amusing catalogue of stupid human tricks that doesn't fit neatly into any niche.
Multi-hyphenate Onur Tukel returns to the Tribeca fest with his seventh feature, a comedy so dark that only minimal humor alleviates the film's dour perspective.
Tukel invests most of his narrative making terrible people objects of ridicule, with a final punchline suggesting that, in the game of life, everyone's stuck on one side or the other of the same bad joke.November 23, 2015 | Rating: B | Full Review…
Applesauce, Onur Tukel's latest and most accomplished microbudget exercise in cynical absurdism, throws dismembered body parts into a couple of amicable marriages and charts the resultant explosions as paranoia runs rampant.
But I can't help but feel that his central message of the importance of empathy gets muddled by the slapdash storytelling.December 28, 2018 | Rating: 6/10 | Full Review…
Applesauce is an uncomfortable watch that is blisteringly funny.April 1, 2016 | Full Review…
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