Greener Grass

critic Reviews

93% Fresh Tomatometer Score93%
  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Shikhar VermaHigh on Films
    Greener Grass is an absurdist comedy like no other.
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    Steven ScaifeSlant Magazine
    In the film's world, there can be no real resistance, as the suburbs have already won.
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    Rendy JonesRendy Reviews
    Serving as a breakthrough jump-off point, displaying the brand of humor of Jocelyn DeBoer and Dawn Luebbe, Greener Grass is a funny, silly, and strange suburban comedy.
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    Erica CiccaroneNashville Scene
    ... somehow, this bizarre reflection of suburban married life just works.
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    Katie RifeAV Club
    Greener Grass is always in control of its deeply bizarre, suburban surrealist tone, even when its story is more like a series of comedy sketches than a feature film.
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    J HurtadoScreenAnarchy
    Landing somewhere between the dreamy hellscape of Lynch's Blue Velvet and the joyous vulgarity of Waters' Polyester, Greener Grass occupies an odd space of its own in the annals of the suburban satire.
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    Andrea ThompsonA Reel of One's Own
    If you're a fan of midnight movies, you'll mostly enjoy the ride as a new female-centric cult classic is born before your eyes.
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    Alan NgFilm Threat
    It's grounded. It's smart. It's downright disgusting.
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    Marisa MirabalBirth.Movies.Death.
    Simply put, Greener Grass is destined to be a cult classic. It's fun and fucked up in the best way possible.
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    Leslie FelperinHollywood Reporter
    Doesn't quite sustain high-pitch hilarity for its entire 102 minutes, but at its best it's still pretty freaking funny.
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