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HOT SUMMER NIGHTS Movie Review 'Nothing unique or special'

Hot Summer Nights is the brand new A24 film starring Timothée Chalamet and Maika Monroe, which tells the coming of age story about a boy who spends his summer in Cape Cod. Now when the trailer dropped earlier this year I was hooked on board. Great young cast, new director plus its A24 I’ll give anything they do a chance.

BUT I got to be honest this film disappointed me a lot. As beautiful and vivid that the film is, or even how great the performances are from our main actors. I mean Chalamet is one of the best up and coming actors and Monroe just bleeds with charisma. As great as the director can get these performances and get a great looking film. The movie falls into a boring, predictable route that just falls apart into a coming of age film that isn’t unique at all. I found myself falling asleep multiple times, and just waiting for the film to end.

As a huge indie fan I was very disappointed in this film. There’s not much to say about the film, nothing unique or special just your run of the muck of VOD films.

For more views on the film check out the video review down below.

Zach Reviews- HOT SUMMER NIGHTS



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Grade: D


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