Bones and All

Abandoned by her father, a young woman named Maren embarks on a thousand-mile odyssey through the backroads of America where she meets Lee, a disenfranchised drifter. But despite their best efforts, all roads lead back to their terrifying pasts and to a final stand that will determine whether their love can survive their otherness.

  • Released:
  • Runtime: 131 minutes
  • Genre: Drama, Horror, Romance
  • Stars: Timothée Chalamet, Mark Rylance, Michael Stuhlbarg, Chloë Sevigny, André Holland, Francesca Scorsese, David Gordon Green, Anna Cobb, Max Soliz, Kendle Coffey, Johanna McGinley, Hannah Barlow, Claudio Encarnacion Montero, Sue Hopkins, Brady Gentry
  • Director: Luca Guadagnino
  • ralphwreckedit - 9 January 2023
    Quite good - mostly a drama
    I was very surprised by this gem. All though the generL style is no longer original, everything else about it definitely is. Which just means the general style still has so much to offer and is here to stay for decades to come.

    The underlying story is very well layered and scattered with clues on what this dark adventure is actually all about. Great themes like generational pain, mistakes that carry from parents to their children, abandonment, hope, determination, forgiveness, the feminine power of 'sweating out' the past through communication, addiction and the monsters that reside in many of us are just a few examples of what one might find in this entertaining and thrilling sweet summer coming of age work of magic.

    Which is such a wonderful and welcoming surprise after all the unoriginal mostly propaganda driven half work since covid. The Yanks still got their A-game!!

    Go check it out!
  • vetcanty83 - 2 January 2023
    I had to stop watching this movie, and then I went back to it the next day only because I wanted to know how this movie progressed. The whole plot could not be predicted however I could tell from the trailer this movie would be about cannibalism. I had no idea it would be so graphic and disturbing. The acting at best was just ok. The scenes were obviously art-focused and driven. I agree with the other reviewer about normalizing this display of clearly disturbing psychological drama. I question the screenwriter, and the director about what their goal was with this film. Obviously they were portraying a book but I just feel like it could have been done in a more tasteful manner.