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If you’re into dark comedy’s then you’ll like this movie! Talented cast but Christian Slater really stood out
I haven’t seen a movie this bad in a lifetime
Satisfying low brow dark comedy!
I feel this should have a higher rating. Just watch and see. It's like The Hangover meets Goodfellas! lol! This is one of my fave movies!
Awesome movie I Really don't know what all the bad reviews are about I thought it was beautifully acted out and I thoroughly enjoyed it Would watch it over and over excellent cast excellent acting a must see teisted mind fuck movie
Dark comedy with some interesting plot turns & a great cast.
Off the wall black comedy.
Slater is the balls.
It falls flat midway and at times it is really annoying but it ends with a hilarious final act.
VERY UNDERRATED DARK COMEDY!
Very Bad Things is one of the most twisted movies I've ever seen. I was not expecting that at all. I went in completely blind. This isn't just a black comedy, it's a pitch black comedy. It's absolutely outrageous, unpredictable, and dark as hell! It goes from 0 to 100 real quick, no pun intended. The cast is fantastic. From Christian Slater to Cameron Diaz; each character is superbly written with their own quips and personalities. While watching I was very conflicted, I wanted the movie to end but at the same time I didn't want it to end.
To sum it all up Very Bad Things is really disturbing and I enjoyed the heck out of it. Now I need to go take a shower. I feel like this is going to have an endless re-watchability factor.
This movie stole the plot from the movie Stag that came out the year before. They're so similar it's not possible it's an accident. They're both good movies, however,