The reviews are in for A24's newest horror film with culty-vibes, Midsommar, and it's scary good to critics and social media.
Rotten Tomatoes gave the film an 83 percent rating, and fans who enjoy being scared are abuzz on social media, too.
You definitely don't go to the movies to relax and enjoy your time before a stressful work week with this one. You're on the edge of your seat the entire time of this thought-provoking film about a girl's journey to Switzerland with her boyfriend and his friends for a getaway after a terrible and traumatic event.
Director Ari Aster made his debut last summer with the movie Hereditary, and he loves making the viewer think about the major themes of the film.
The New York Times calls the movie "a cautionary tale about bad relationships and worse vacations." Not only is the viewer waiting to find out what happens when the Americans get acclimated into a Swiss cult, but they're also wanting to figure out what happens between boyfriend Christian, played by Jack Reynor, and main character Dani, played by Florence Pugh.
Social media users call for women to dump their bad boyfriends after watching.