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Get Duked!

5.3
708
Ratings
Synopsis
Set deep in the Scottish Highlands, Boyz In The Wood is an anarchic cocktail of generational politics, hip-hop loving farmers, and hallucinogenic rabbit shites.
Author Review
United StatesUnited States F
Brian Tallerico
rogerebert.com
"[It] undeniably plays better in darkness than light, preferably at an establishment that serves alcoholic beverages (…) There are some truly inspired moments enough to save it if you’re in the right mood and with the right crowd."  NEU
United StatesUnited States M
Peter Debruge
Variety
"What surely would have made a good reality-TV series (...) works even better as a dark comedy (...) A distinctive calling card for a gifted yet twisted comedian"  POS
United StatesUnited States M
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
"A too-familiar vibe hangs over much of the film, whose comic violence is nothing new and whose banter underwhelms, but the pic gets more fun as it goes"  NEU
United StatesUnited States M
Joe Blessing
The Playlist
"A jolt of irreverent fun that wants you to laugh at the stupid and depraved behavior of teenage boys (...) [It] looks great and has a great soundtrack"  POS
United StatesUnited States M
Rob Hunter
Film School Rejects
"[it] is almost unrelentingly silly as it tosses spunky but unprepared teens into their own most dangerous game, but it still manages to find thrills and heart amid the hillsides and bloodshed."  NEU
United StatesUnited States F
Manohla Dargis
The New York Times
"The larger issue is that there isn’t enough story or filmmaking in 'Get Duked!' to sustain its 87 minutes running time"  NEG
United KingdomUnited Kingdom F
Simran Hans
The Guardian
"Hyperactive editing, the jittery rap score and an obligatory acid trip scene grate, but Doff’s social commentary is sharp (…) Rating: ★★★ (out of 5)"  NEU
United KingdomUnited Kingdom M
Ian Freer
Empire
"The gag-rate is high and the writing finds surprising ways to pay off jokes (...) Winningly performed by its young cast (…) Rating: ★★★★ (out of 5)"  POS
United StatesUnited States M
Ryan Lattanzio
IndieWire
"[Its four male leads] have plenty of charisma (...) All the aesthetic bells and whistles tend to distract from the fact that there isn’t much of a center, or story, here"  NEU
United StatesUnited States M
John Serba
Decider
"It has Something to Say About Things, and it’s consistently loony, reasonably unpredictable, visually rousing and tightly structured — elements that make for spirited comedy."  POS
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