Click here!

Suburbicon (15)

Crime, Drama, Mystery

A home invasion rattles a quiet family town.

The critical consensus

Dual narratives – where fact meets fiction in race-hate America – work a treat.

Ed Gibbs, Little White Lies, 22/11/2017

For his latest directorial outing, George Clooney has given us a macabre comedy noir: watchable, lively, intricately designed, but with exotic plot contrivances and parallel storylines that don’t fully gel.

***(*)(*)Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian, 23/11/2017

Suburbicon is a strange beast: a by-the-numbers ’40s film noir bolted to an unsatisfying ’60s racial drama wrapped up in a ’50s Americana satire. A strong cast and talented director never make the whole add up.

**(*)(*)(*)Ian Freer, Empire Online, 23/11/2017

There is a fine line between a melt-in-the-mouth, light-as-a-feather Victoria Sponge and sticky mess with a soggy bottom. Suburbicon falls into the latter category.

**(*)(*)(*)Will Gompertz, BBC, 25/11/2017

Very entertaining in places and always intriguing, Suburbicon still has an oil and water mix that even Clooney can’t quite pull off.

***(*)(*)Allan Hunter, Daily Express, 24/11/2017

There’s a vacuum of extreme privilege inhabited by movie stars as famous as Clooney. Which is fine, but it’s not a place from where you can get a particularly clear view of American society.

**(*)(*)(*)Wendy Ide, The Observer, 26/11/2017

Where and when?

General release. Check local listings for show times.

Comments: 0 (Add)

To post a comment, you need to sign in or register. Forgotten password? Click here.

Find a show

Search the site

Find us on …

Find us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterFind us on YouTube