Woodshock Reviews

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September 20, 2017
It becomes the obnoxious equivalent of trying to have a serious conversation with people who are high out of their minds.
September 20, 2017
Character development and motivation are practically nonexistent, and the already-thin plot pushes ambiguity to the point of incoherence. It's like Nocturnal Animals, if the whole movie were Amy Adams taking a bath.
September 20, 2017
Depressingly dull and terminally inarticulate.
September 4, 2017
Long before "Woodshock" has hinted that assisted suicide is equivalent to plain old killing (or certainly a kind of gateway drug to it) the film's self-indulgent noodling has made it difficult to care too much what its moral may be.
September 4, 2017
The vicarious intrigue of watching someone else's increasingly distant drug trips burns out pretty fast, leaving viewers with an abstruse fusion of stoner cinema and slow cinema that plays to no obvious audience.
September 4, 2017
Woodshock might gain some commercial traction from Kirsten Dunst's presence as the psychically unravelling protagonist, but otherwise it's an ill-fitting, awkwardly stitched confection ...
September 3, 2017
Woodshock is the sort of thing that gives dilettantism a bad name.
September 3, 2017
Often looks and sounds fabulous but is frequently devoid of any kind of clear meaning.
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