The Bad Guys 2022 Movie Review & Film Summary

The laughs are easy and breezy at the beginning of “The Bad Guys,” and the animated comedy’s sun-baked vibe radiates Southern California cool

A wolf named Wolf and a snake named Snake enjoy snappy banter at a retro L.A. diner, having the kind of conversation they’ve probably had countless times over their years of friendship

They push and pull, jostle and tug, all in good-natured fashion. Then they get up, stroll casually across the street, and rob a bank

Pierre Perifel, making his feature directing debut, lays all of this out in one long, single take, instantly drawing us in to these characters and this world

It's an extremely familiar set-up, a subgenre unto itself: hyper-verbal thieves charm us into coming along for the ride and rooting for them to pull off their biggest heist yet

This is a furry, scaly version of Quentin Tarantino or Elmore Leonard—or at least, that’s what it aspires to be

But it’s a clever change to see such a story told in animated form with a star-studded voice cast including Sam Rockwell, Marc Maron, Zazie Beetz, and Awkwafina

This opening scene of “The Bad Guys” is its strongest, and it offers great promise. But the wise-cracking, fast-talking energy that was once so buoyant grows increasingly strained as the story evolves and reaches its frenzied conclusion

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