Becky

Becky

Becky

With her family held hostage at a lake house, 13-year-old Becky (Lulu Wilson, Annabelle: Creation) must thwart the plans of a fresh-out-of-prison Nazi (Kevin James, Grown Ups) in this thriller. Co-stars Emmy nominee Joel McHale (Community).

2020Rating: R18, Graphic violence, offensive language & cruelty93 minsUSA
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Stuff

Stuff

On a quiet night, with a few mates and a shed load of beers, Becky might just about scrub up as the Hannah Montana-goes-Rambo the trailer is promising. But really, just say nah.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

Kevin James is good here. Someone suggested after the success of “Uncut Gems” that directors like the Safdies should give Adam Sandler’s buddy a juicy comedy/thriller role.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Gorehounds at least might have some fun with what “Becky” throws out during its most gruesome kills, kicking off with Becky’s first big tussle with inflicting violence, which is as vivid and stomach-churning as it gets.

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

“Becky” is no “Straw Dogs.” Really, it’s mostly just a nasty genre movie with some gruesome scenes of violence.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Becky is not without its grisly low-brow pleasures. But nothing in the movie makes a damn lick of sense...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Becky tends to work best when it revels in the blood-splattered set pieces of its script, going that extra mile and a half in the gore department to create some truly disgusting moments, albeit ones that are laced with a grim sense of humor.

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Variety

Variety

Wilson’s nimble half-brat, half-she-devil performance is key to our buying the basic premise, aided by solid supporting cast contributions.

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Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-Times

We’ve seen more than a few movies with gross-out eyeball scenes, from “A Clockwork Orange” to “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” to “Die Hard 2” to “Minority Report” to “Kill Bill Volume 2” to “Un Chien Andalou.” In “Becky,” they take it to the next, cringe-inducing, horrifying wrong level.

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