The Weekend Reviews

  • Nov 17, 2019

    Very boring drags on and on worse acting

    Very boring drags on and on worse acting

  • Nov 13, 2019

    Although the actors here have good screen presence and I liked the eclectic soundtrack, the dialogue here is awkward and at times even mean-spirited. Could not care about most of the characters. Overall, not very entertaining.

    Although the actors here have good screen presence and I liked the eclectic soundtrack, the dialogue here is awkward and at times even mean-spirited. Could not care about most of the characters. Overall, not very entertaining.

  • Sep 27, 2019

    I absolutely loved this movie! It was fresh and fun to see Black Americans in roles usually reserved for caucasians. The script pulled me in until I was feeling every uncomfortable moment with each character. It wasn't a film concentrating of the character's socioeconomic status but on their character and life. So refreshing. I was surprised by the ending although its what i hoped for throughout. Definitely a must watch!!! So much fun

    I absolutely loved this movie! It was fresh and fun to see Black Americans in roles usually reserved for caucasians. The script pulled me in until I was feeling every uncomfortable moment with each character. It wasn't a film concentrating of the character's socioeconomic status but on their character and life. So refreshing. I was surprised by the ending although its what i hoped for throughout. Definitely a must watch!!! So much fun

  • Sep 18, 2019

    I loved this movie!

    I loved this movie!

  • Sep 16, 2019

    The Weekend feels like one of those independent comedies that thinks its clever and funny with a unique approach to a tired genre, but this one feels more like a Woody Allen retread with very unlikable lead characters, that make the more likeable supporting roles almost irrelevant.

    The Weekend feels like one of those independent comedies that thinks its clever and funny with a unique approach to a tired genre, but this one feels more like a Woody Allen retread with very unlikable lead characters, that make the more likeable supporting roles almost irrelevant.