She Dies Tomorrow Reviews

  • She Dies Tomorrow
    • Genre : Drama, Thriller, Comedy
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 84 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : NEON
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Movie Reviews

  • poetic, mysterious, and bloody movie about death; Amy Seimetz's poetic, terrifying movie explores an existential crisis without getting too intellectual, using dreamy sounds and visuals to yield emotion, pain, and clarity
    4 of 5 by Jeffrey M. Anderson [Common Sense Media ]
  • it could easily just play out as a foretelling psychological horror; Instead, it's much more complex, filled with genuine thrills and laughter. Seimetz leaves you feeling content, exhausted, worn out, entertained, provoked, and does so in ninety minutes
    Review rate : B+ by Luke Hicks [The Playlist ]
  • eerily timely psychological thriller; it is an emotionally vulnerable piece of work, touching on everything from the pain of experiencing a mental illness that no one around you understands to what it means to waste your life
    Review rate : B+ by Katie Rife [AV Club ]
  • as Jane Adams and Chris Messina settle into their roles, the movie's messy humanity meets its existential panic and the story takes hold, finding strange resonance and even a kind of absurdist comedy in its end times
    Review rate : B+ by Leah Greenblatt [Entertainment Weekly ]
  • arresting and perfectly executed; a very rare film that not only captures how an upsetting idea can take root in one's mind, bringing everything else to a halt, but envisions that next step, in which the idea is successfully communicated to others
    by John DeFore [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • an enigmatic drama that flirts with psychological horror and absurdist comedy, leaving viewers stumped but also entranced by the filmmaker's confident mix of tones. Kate Lyn Sheil and Jane Adams are both excellent here
    by Tim Grierson [Screen Daily ]
  • Amy Seimetz's psychedelic and freakishly timely psychodrama inventively grapples with eternal struggles around existential dread; There is a rare, unrefined quality to Seimetz's film — a personal work of art that feels deeply honest throughout
    by Tomris Laffly [Variety ]
  • a gripping apocalyptic thriller; the movie taps into a timeless anxiety with hilarious and disquieting results, often delivered in the same dose; a beguiling narrative; an existential crisis readymade for this present moment
    Review rate : A- by Eric Kohn [IndieWire ]
  • a gorgeous, touching, and mesmerizing experience as confounding as death itself
    4 of 5 by Patrick Cavanaugh [ComicBook Movie ]

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