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Ratings & Reviews

  1. smndvdcl's rating of the film The Bronze

    At points, 'The Bronze' matches 'Sideways' for acerbic comedy with a sense of pathos. More films like this should exist in cinema: a delightful blend of sweet and sour.

  2. †. Kennedy Pope's rating of the film The Bronze

    Kinda boring at times but overall delivers a brash sense of humor that I'd never expect to see from a Big Bang Theory co-star. Pretty funny overall.

  3. msmichel's rating of the film The Bronze

    Melissa Rauch gives a great caustic performance in a mediocre film. Filmmakers couldn't decide whether they wanted to make a raunchy 'Bad Santa' knockoff or something with a little weight looking at the expiry of fame and respect. Some memorable lines here and there but the overall pic falls pretty flat. 'clit jizz' indeed

  4. muh.'s rating of the film The Bronze

    (2.5) Ain't good, ain't bad.

  5. zohen lux's rating of the film The Bronze

    I LOVE TO HEAR GIRLS CURSING SO I OBVIOUSLY LOVED THIS DUH

  6. Bayu Oktavianto's rating of the film The Bronze

  7. Michael Peer's rating of the film The Bronze

    Thoroughly unenjoyable, repetitive, and boring! "Bad Gymnast" is rotten, ugly, and only mildly entertaining. There are several moments that work well, so it gets two stars. The rest is a flat, D effort on all fronts. A prime example of a film that get into Sundance (opening night no less) because of the people who made it, not due to quality or merit of the picture. Very disappointing and underwhelming on all levels.

  8. Diderot's rating of the film The Bronze

    The best thing about this movie is that it never looks down on its main character while also allowing her to be obnoxious and petty.

  9. Roxas Montezuma's rating of the film The Bronze

  10. Polyglot's rating of the film The Bronze

    Clit jizz is the new buzzword of 2016.

  11. Steve Pulaski's rating of the film The Bronze

    While the romance between Hope and Twitchy is forced, this is a consistently hilarious film about nostalgia, remaining relevant, and trying to maintain whatever relevance you have left. Melissa Rauch comes with her guns blazing and positions herself alongside Tina Fey and Greta Gerwig for being a master at comedic timing. Not sure if I'm in awe or in love with her. Time will tell.