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Perhaps best known for releasing jaw-dropping original films like “Moonlight” and “Midsommar,”

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the film distributor A24 is also in the business of glamorizing youthful nihilism.   

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Its co-produced HBO series “Euphoria,” where teenage sex bombs dress up their thousand-yard stares in glittery eye shadow 

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is an easy example. Now so is “Bodies Bodies Bodies,” a horror film directed by Halina Reijn that’s bloated with pompous irony.  

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This is a movie perfectly tailored to one of A24’s key demographics: bougie 25-year-olds who value branding over substance. 

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It’s not that “Bodies Bodies Bodies” is bad. It’s visually appealing and nicely acted. But this film is not special, and like its shallow characters, it is persistently unaware of its own inanity. 

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Stocked with fresh talent — Maria Bakalova (“Borat Subsequent Moviefilm”), Rachel Sennott (“Shiva Baby”) and Chase Sui Wonders (“Generation”) are among the glitzy cast 

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this could be a scathing satire. Instead, “Bodies Bodies Bodies” is so intent on oozing cool-kid apathy that it serves up a whole lot of nothing. 

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If you’re a fan of slashers, you’ll recognize the plot: Young, hot people get trapped in a remote locale and are picked off one by one. 

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