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Crimes of the Future


Drama / Horror / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 79%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 49%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 4138

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Plot summary

Uploaded by: FREEMAN
June 21, 2022 at 06:52 AM

Top cast

Léa Seydoux as Caprice
Kristen Stewart as Timlin
Viggo Mortensen as Saul Tenser
Scott Speedman as Lang Dotrice
987.82 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 47 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kevin_robbins 8 / 10

The entire movie feels like it is building up to a worthwhile and tremendous climax that the film never hits; but conceptually, this is brilliant

Crimes of the Future (2022) is a movie my wife and I saw in theatres last night. The storyline follows a future where surgery and pain is the new sex. In the future they don't feel pain so they push the limits of the human body. They've gone so far in their experiments the human body has begun to evolve in new ways science has never seen and the government wishes to hide from society. Underground observations has become the rage to whiteness surgeries that explore the human body and its evolution.

This movie is directed by David Cronenberg (Dead Ringers) and stars Viggo Mortensen (Lord of the Rings), Kristen Stewart (Twilight), Léa Seydoux (Spectre), Scott Speedman (Underworld) and Welket Bungué (Upheavel).

The storyline, settings l, cinematography and circumstances of this picture are wildly original, unique and well done. The special effects are first rate with fantastic surgery scenes and gore. The characters are mysterious and unpredictable and there are tremendous plots and subplots in this film. My only complaint is the entire movie feels like it is building up to a worthwhile and tremendous climax that the film never hits; but conceptually, this is brilliant.

Overall this is a movie that fails to reach its full potential but is wildly entertaining and an absolutely must see. I would score this a 7.5/10 and strongly recommend it.

Reviewed by PerryAtTheMovies 6 / 10

The future of art....


My expectations for the film were completely off. The trailer made me think that the film was going to be one way, but turned out it was the opposite.

While it wasn't as I expected it was still a decent film. It was artistic, dark, twisted, and intriguing. The story had an interesting concept. "Surgery is the new sex". With that in my mind now it really opens a new visual to the film.

The performance was very well done. It's been awhile since I've seen Viggo Mortensen in a film. He was excellent and I enjoyed his performance. Having only seen Léa Seydoux in "James Bond" previously, I thought she did an excellent job as well opposite Viggo. Continuing with the acting performances, this is perhaps the first film that I enjoyed Kristen Stewart's performance. Just her shyness and dark persona made her likeable.

The film does lose a lot interest because it becomes too slow at times and drags on more than it needs to a certain moments. While a slower pace is key to the film it's just too slow.

Overall, there is some good intriguing moments to the film that I struggle to convey into words. A twisted art story involving slicing and dicing the body. Honestly, it was worth seeing in theatres, but I would've preferred to see it on a cheap night.

Thank you for reading my review. I hope it helps you a little in making a decision. Until next time.... Enjoy the show!

Reviewed by UniqueParticle 8 / 10

Unexpected body horror

I mainly wanted to see cause I love David Cronenberg's films, I barely knew much and I fairly enjoyed Crimes of the Future. The ambient music is one of my favorite aspects, I really like weird movies and the acting is great! Reminds me of Pathology but much weirder. I talked to one guy in the audience for a bit before the movie started he seemed cool I was surprised he left halfway in, it's not a bad movie at all. An interesting surgery story with some not so appealing eating; I would recommend the movie to anyone that would be interested.

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