Cocaine Bear Movie Review: Cocaine Bear, an American Black Comedy Thriller Film (I KNOW! Lots of genres) has made its way to the theatres it has been directed and co-produced by Elizabeth Banks who made her directorial debut with Pitch Perfect 2 (2015). C

cocaine Bear features Keri Russell, O’Shea Jackson, Christian Convery, and Ray Liotta along with other actors. To watch or not to watch, here’s our review of the film Cocaine Bear.

In the Chattahoochee National Forest, cocaine was dropped into the forest by drug smugglers and that cocaine is ingested by a black bear which goes into a bloody rampage across the forest killing people and ingesting more cocaine along the way and how this all ends, whether the bear gets killed or no one alive remains is what the film is about.

Well, in short, Cocaine Bear is also-freaking-lately CRAZY! The trailer gives you an idea about the madness you’re about to enter and this 94-minute film dials it up a notch by saying… 100 times. Just like you would assume anyone human to be, on a lot of cocaine, imagine that for an Apex Predator and a lot crazier, you’re on the right track to understanding this film.

Cocaine Bear keeps surprising you with hilarious situations and then hits you with the bloody rampage the bear is on and mixing those surprisingly works well and for that, all the credit goes to Elizabeth Banks. The film is to the point, doesn’t waste your time. Something notable about the film is its character design and how they’re portrayed.

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The film has an ensemble cast and the way they’re portrayed on-screen is something you connect with and to be able to do that in such a short time is commendable to watch. Also, the background score is top-notch which gives off a feeling of a MARVEL Villain beating up the superhero which suits the frames so well.

Final Verdict: 4/5

“This is ONE HELL OF A CRAZY Film if that’s your poison but it is also something totally fresh.”



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