The Little Hours

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Ariel

I'm a huge fan of dark, deadpan humor so this was right up my alley. Phenomenal casting in my opinion (seriously - Aubrey Plaza, Nick Offerman, Fred Armisen, Dave Franco and John Reilly are all phenomenal for this style of humor). Love that the film was based on Giovanni Boccacio's Decameron ...Read more

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Larry

This is a tasteless and simple minded piece of trash. Do not waste your time.

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Mike

interesting that this is set in a plague year yet there is no suggestion of the death to come

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david

Stopped watching after 20 minutes. Mediocre script and acting.

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Karen

I really liked it- very funny! For all who panned it, get over yourselves and learn to laugh at your self and see the irony in life! Life is more fun when you can laugh at yourself! :)

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Seth

This was hilarious. Very fun to watch.

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Eric

poorly written movie...bad acting...wish I had not wasted my time on this

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Terence

are there any disrespectful movies about the muslim or jewish religions I can view next?

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Barb

CRAP!

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phil

Wow! What contrite junk this was.

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Tdtdt

The least funny part is the "nuns who swear" idea. Fortunately, there's a lot else that's funny in this film. It's also surprisingly beautiful.

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Donald

It was okay, if you follow some of these actors (a lot are known in the cast) they're playing the same role they do in every movie they are in. The story is okay, the ending is happy. I never read 'The Decameron' tales III, 1 and III, 2 so I don't know how it compares in this adaptation.

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Aline

Mind-bending. Funny on one plane; just plain weird on another; and thoughtful and touching on a third. Great performances by all the cast.

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Olivia

As one film critic said, ‘a consistently wacky screwball’. A lot of fun to watch.

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