Spree

Spree

Spree

A rideshare driver embraces the social media hellscape in this comedy thriller, livestreaming an array of disturbing acts while on the road. However, a fellow viral wannabe hopes to end his rampage...

2020Rating: 16, Strong themes, violence and coarse language93 minsUSA
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FilmInk

FilmInk

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You’ll probably like Spree, but maybe won’t feel the need to hit that subscribe button.

Variety

Variety

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If you are in need of more reminders of the most extreme of the potential evils of internet interaction than you get every time you fire up an app, by all means, smash the like button on “Spree.” For the rest of us, the best advice might be to mute, block, vote down, unfollow or simply log off and go look at a tree.

Slash Film

Slash Film

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Keery turns in a good performance, insomuch as Kurt’s thirsty loser is a 180-degree turn from Steve Harrington on Stranger Things, but there’s nothing enjoyable about him slipping into the skin of this maniac, and very rarely anything enjoyable about the experience of watching the film itself.

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

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A forced, over-ripe satire on the hunger for social media, bolstered by an engaging performance by Joe Keery. But if you really want to feel the real-life impact of the ’Gram on a young psyche, stick with Eighth Grade.

The Guardian

The Guardian

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Spree is meant to comment on the shallowness of social media culture; the trouble is, it’s a film with the depth of a puddle.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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To the extent that it works, much credit goes to Keery, for finding the real human need inside this twentysomething cipher.

Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-Times

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Every frame of the film is bursting with sensory overload information, from the shaky, hand-held camera angles to the constant scrolling of viewer messages to the occasional use of split screens.

FilmInk

FilmInk

press

You’ll probably like Spree, but maybe won’t feel the need to hit that subscribe button.

Variety

Variety

press

If you are in need of more reminders of the most extreme of the potential evils of internet interaction than you get every time you fire up an app, by all means, smash the like button on “Spree.” For the rest of us, the best advice might be to mute, block, vote down, unfollow or simply log off and go look at a tree.

Slash Film

Slash Film

press

Keery turns in a good performance, insomuch as Kurt’s thirsty loser is a 180-degree turn from Steve Harrington on Stranger Things, but there’s nothing enjoyable about him slipping into the skin of this maniac, and very rarely anything enjoyable about the experience of watching the film itself.

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

A forced, over-ripe satire on the hunger for social media, bolstered by an engaging performance by Joe Keery. But if you really want to feel the real-life impact of the ’Gram on a young psyche, stick with Eighth Grade.

The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Spree is meant to comment on the shallowness of social media culture; the trouble is, it’s a film with the depth of a puddle.

2.0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

To the extent that it works, much credit goes to Keery, for finding the real human need inside this twentysomething cipher.

Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-Times

press

Every frame of the film is bursting with sensory overload information, from the shaky, hand-held camera angles to the constant scrolling of viewer messages to the occasional use of split screens.

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