MIDSOMMAR: Is It Deep or Dumb?

9 nov. 2019
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Midsommar was the much anticipated follow up to Ari Aster's Hereditary. And in sheer weirdness, it did not disappoint. But is this film merely an appalling spectacle, or is there more to the story than bizarre orgies and burning barns? Let's find out in this Wisecrack Edition on Midsommar: Is It Deep or Dumb?

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Written by: Amanda Scherker
Directed by: Elizabeth Yarwood
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Editing by: Andrew Nishimura
Produced by: Evan Yee

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Commentaires
  • Nah its dumb, entertaining, I wouldn’t watch it again but its well made

    Pablo Vázquez RamosPablo Vázquez RamosIl y a 2 heures
  • very very DEEP..

    MoviepatMoviepatIl y a 2 heures
  • Dumb, its a shit movie

    Zeca MilleoZeca MilleoIl y a 7 heures
  • Dani: My sister killed herself and both my parents!! Jerry Seinfeld: ...I think we should see other people.

    ECL28EECL28EIl y a 10 heures
  • I love how a portion or this video is just you explaining to Americans that Swedes don't sacrifice people in strange rituals

    Dan CulbertDan CulbertIl y a 14 heures
  • You’ll find this cult dynamic where you find malignant narcissists. Scapegoating and cruelty for some groups become “the norm” - and that’s the horror - that we become desensitized.

    Stevie CrowStevie CrowIl y a jour
  • Deep. No doubt.

    Koen GKoen GIl y a 2 jours
  • I thought the movie was dumb on the first watch. Then I got love bombed in a way that made my head spin. I'm still not fully sure what happened or how I even became willing to participate. Movie isn't so dumb to me now.

    DejaDejaIl y a 2 jours
  • Why are you being hard on Christian? He wanted to break up with her - his choice - but stayed because her family died. That was pretty nice of him. He wasn't mean to her and he didn't pressure her into taking mushrooms. Did you even watch that scene? She flat out murdered him at the end, which kind of proves he was right to want to leave her. And he wasn't entirely responsible for sleeping with the redhead, he was drugged by the cult and tripping balls. I like the movie but Dani proved herself a villain at the end.

    rezkallarezkallaIl y a 2 jours
  • The movie is deep. The cult ideology is dumb.

    Charles AntonyCharles AntonyIl y a 2 jours
  • Definitely dumb nobody on ther fkn mind would have stayed there... the characters were all tailor made for the good of the film it was stupid and the worst thing is this idiots ( cultist) live on the real world

    Alberto Ramón Hernández GómezAlberto Ramón Hernández GómezIl y a 3 jours
  • The only DUMB part I have to shout out here is that these people who were citified folks who have friends and family at home. When they don’t return from Sweden, where is the absolute man hunt going down to find those people? Lords knows that if my brother or uncle or close friend told me they were heading out to a summer festival and never returned, I’d start asking loads of questions. In other words, how are the Harga getting away with this????

    John ShopeJohn ShopeIl y a 3 jours
  • Simon was most likely dead and his lungs breathing was probably just all the drugs christian was on.

    John MitchellJohn MitchellIl y a 3 jours
  • I always thought that the old woman who jumped off the cliff looked like Dani

    PrudencePrudenceIl y a 3 jours
  • I'm swedish so this movie struck a nerve. I've celebrated this holiday too which is obviously a lot different in real life lol.

    Montana BananaMontana BananaIl y a 4 jours
  • I definitely think Midsommar is deep. I really enjoyed everything about it. And was so glad she let go of her toxic life and relationships. She was meant to be apart of that community. Its everything she needed on an emotional and personal level.

    Montana BananaMontana BananaIl y a 4 jours
  • #dumbanddumber

    Ganstagrillz10Ganstagrillz10Il y a 4 jours
  • This film wants so badly to be deep and spiritual.

    Ganstagrillz10Ganstagrillz10Il y a 4 jours
  • If anything, it’s a reimagining of The Wicker Man, only they were more blunt about it. Granted that was about an organized religion subjecting long-established isolated customs, it’s about faith being lost in an ever secularizing world. It’s not like Neil Howie comprised the norm in 1970’s Britain but religious faith was waning back then too. Maybe Midsommar is this generation’s warning of losing faith as Ari Aster comes from the generation where being religious is rebellious in a world that’s well beyond the pale from religion’s influence nowadays.

    Geek37Geek37Il y a 5 jours
  • "rando swedish girl"

    Brandon TengBrandon TengIl y a 5 jours
  • Holy shit you are a dumbass. It's not a happy ending. Not even close. Can't believe that people who can set up a camera are so fucking dense.

    cominroitover80cominroitover80Il y a 6 jours
  • This movie dumb

    waya121waya121Il y a 6 jours
  • The only problem I have with this, is that given what happened to Dani's family (murder-suicide) I don't see why she shouldn't be revolted by the idea of people killing themselves. I think it makes more sense of someone who'd been through that to go 'You should never kill yourself. Life is precious, and always find something to live for."

    HogwireHogwireIl y a 7 jours
  • 3:04 you can see Danis sisters face in the trees on the left hand side

    teentitans0789teentitans0789Il y a 8 jours
  • Deep or Dumb? How about just creepy lol

    Brittnie BelcherBrittnie BelcherIl y a 8 jours
  • Dude this whole movie left me super disturbed. Every part of the beautiful visuals somehow disgusted me. I love it and hate it.

    William RichardsonWilliam RichardsonIl y a 8 jours
  • frworld.info/net/vid-o/poWWmdJm3Ge92Ko

    Elif09 ElifElif09 ElifIl y a 8 jours
  • I really like the movie and completely agree with what you said. I think one thing that I think about when watching the movie is the fact that religious groups, cults, or any strong culture can take advantage of people when they are at their lowest points in life. Sure it is great that Dani grows out of her real-world problems, but she just ends up adopting "non-real" world problems and instead of growing she is metaphorically leaves one cult to join another. Yes it's brighter and more inclusive, but it still seems to look past their own problems to blindly trust their faith. The thing that makes this movie so horrifying is that people and not some made-up creature is the monster, or to put it differently, people make-up monsters to believe in and then blindly follow them no matter what. Wonder what you think Wisecrack or anyone else for that matter? Love the movie though it's fan-frakin-tastic!!!

    Francisco J. MorazanFrancisco J. MorazanIl y a 9 jours
  • This movie is sick, not even deep. Its just another wild imagination of a psycho writer or the director itself. Making folklores into life.

    J RJ RIl y a 11 jours
  • THIS MOVIE IS MADE FOR LSD TRIPPING, things are literally made for you to trip on the movie, the way the screen always displays symmetrical patterns and also how the display is mostly very balanced and rearranged in order for you to see things... maybe im going crazy..😂😂😂😂

    ZX poloZX poloIl y a 12 jours
  • It's authentic ..... & gloriously deep

    Sir Sidney Ruff-DiamondSir Sidney Ruff-DiamondIl y a 13 jours
  • The boyfriend was drugged and effectively raped and Dani is like cool might as well kill him, sure he's not the best boyfriend in the world but he didn't deserve to be burnt alive, and he didn't force her to take drugs at the start he asked over and over again if she really wanted to and that she didn't have to. I feel like the movie was pretty dumb dont forget they murdered All of the group Dani was with, what did the British couple do wrong again? If the roles were reversed and Dani was a guy and made them burn his Girlfriend alive the movie would have a very different reaction

    Thetom5000Thetom5000Il y a 13 jours
  • Probably the worst film on any genre, I have ever seen, and I'm an old man who sees 3 films every week. It had absolutely nothing going for it. Waste of money, and time. Last time I had violent, explosive diarrhea and couldn't find rest room was more fun... Heck, sliding naked down a long blade and braking with my nut sack would be more pleasurable.

    Sam KittySam KittyIl y a 14 jours
  • Movie is dumb. Theres literally no consequences for characters. Like US students get killed on vacay???

    TayTayIl y a 15 jours
  • Dumb. What are we supposed to take away? That cults can be “therapeutic” ... No thank you.

    Lavy LavLavy LavIl y a 15 jours
  • Can someone explain to me why she’s crying in the promotional poster and why it shows blood dripping down her head in others?

    cassie stokescassie stokesIl y a 16 jours
  • Nice analysis! A lot of the runes were lost to me because I've never studied norse mythology, but I did notice a red mark above her bed (after the nightmare) which reminded me of passover, showing that she's the only one who will survive midsommar.

    Maddy GraceMaddy GraceIl y a 17 jours
  • Dumb. Didn’t even watch the video.

    Sam DSam DIl y a 17 jours
  • *Spoilers* 3:03 if you look on the left, you can see Dani’s sister - her face in the trees - you can see a trail of different coloured leaves symbolising the carbon monoxide she inhaled from the hose pipe - the whole community is very focused on the environment and plant life and by the end of the film Dani is covered in plants that exhale the oxygen we breathe. We start the film with a very depressed character who is lacking oxygen while we finish the film with a very happy character who is full of life and oxygen - notice how before her big trip she did that weird inhale motion as well. It’s also weird that Dani and her friends had to enter through a gate of the sun - I’m not sure if this was partially to do with Norse mythology as well but I almost seemed like a gate. Almost as if the outside world is devoid of life, especially when you consider her sister’s face

    BrokenBeats94BrokenBeats94Il y a 17 jours
  • The part that got me in this film was when the Swedish woman came in to say the kids were watching Austin Powers hahaha why

    BrokenBeats94BrokenBeats94Il y a 17 jours
  • 3:03 her sisters face in the trees on the left hand side gives me chills, fuck I didn’t notice that when I saw it

    BrokenBeats94BrokenBeats94Il y a 17 jours
  • “Horror” movies sure have changed over my 40 years.

    TheUnsilentMajority BigmouthTheUnsilentMajority BigmouthIl y a 18 jours
  • Of course it's dumb, they Even put a disabled kid just to scare for some reason ?

    Metalgearfox2000Metalgearfox2000Il y a 19 jours
  • Dumb

    Monse Mares TapiaMonse Mares TapiaIl y a 20 jours
  • I dont know about sweden but alot of the spells could be referencing old icelandic texts and rituals. Those have without a doubt roots in older norse rituals.

    HjolliSkorriHjolliSkorriIl y a 20 jours
  • Why would any want to wach this or Hereditary??

    Arab KatibArab KatibIl y a 20 jours
  • Regarding the guests: Dani and her friends and the other couple. NO ONE in real life THAT STUPID! :p

    Jek LastJek LastIl y a 20 jours
  • The appeal of fascism perhaps?

    ZantherYZantherYIl y a 21 jour
  • So... the reason it's DEEP is because people need rituals to be part of a community? I call bullshit.

    Saiko KujoSaiko KujoIl y a 21 jour
  • I now can see why in "The Boys" the church of the collective could lure the desperate retired superheroes like Deep and A-Train.

    H. AshrafiH. AshrafiIl y a 21 jour
  • I wasn’t scared but I found the movie very enjoyable

    Q. BQ. BIl y a 21 jour
  • I say DUMB as I personally found it to tremendously boring

    The Spell AlchemistThe Spell AlchemistIl y a 22 jours
  • The weirdest part for me: if they do the sacrifice only every 90 years, it means, no living member of the community participated in that ceremony ever. Didn't even see one as a child. A whole generation lived their lives without doing it. they have no living memory of it, not to mention routine - yet, everything works like clockwork. (yeah, I know, it's only that last part that's new, but there is a lot of murdering/preparing dead/half-dead bodies in the process, and no one seems squeamish or doubtful about it.) Plus, their religion is a living thing that grows and changes, so how come this particular ceremony with 90 years intervals is set in stone?

    Csilla KaszasCsilla KaszasIl y a 22 jours
    • 72 year old people jumping off cliffs and the other midsommar celebrations are repeated every year, so I guess those routines could be kept alive quite easily. All the detail that we, the audience, know is essential about the 90-year-tradition is "sacrifice 9 people (including whichever 72year olds would commit suicide that year) every 90 years", everything else about the routine, such as the yellow house and bear-costume etc, could just as well be a newly interpreted routine from their books, we wouldn't know. They could have interpreted their books, say, a few years ago, and figured out their expected routines for the 90-year-tradition. Since it doesn't seem to be too much to do around Hårga, they could have prepared and practiced for a long time after that interpretation. That could give an explanation to their ever-changing dynamic religion. And since the old people of Hårga are willingly dying for their cultural tradition every year, the notion of sacrifice would not be so foreign to them.

      Anders NæssAnders NæssIl y a 10 jours
  • Ps. The real thing is worse

    Eric MsemwaEric MsemwaIl y a 23 jours
  • A trigger replace Dani with a boy...watch that shit go 😁

    Eric MsemwaEric MsemwaIl y a 23 jours
  • its a failed attempt at being something great, the direction of the films feels very Scorsese-ish, the concept of a horror movie during the day was wasted on this, the director "flew too close to the sun" paying too much attention to detail causing the story to be halted baked and uninteresting

    MIGMIGIl y a 23 jours
  • It's not deep. just fucked up. The best possible ending would have been a napalm strike on the whole thing.

    WandererOfWorlds0WandererOfWorlds0Il y a 23 jours
  • What aggravated me about this movie is that for the most part it stays away from horror cliches, except for asshole/dumb characters that you don’t care if they live or die. All the guys in Dani’s group especially her boyfriend were jerks. It’s way better to have likable characters who make smart decisions but still fall victim to the circumstances (Ex the researchers in The Thing).

    Sara KatherineSara KatherineIl y a 24 jours
  • To me this movie was not deep at all. The "horror" entirely comes from people thinking of ancient traditions as savagery. If you do not subscribe to that worldview then the entire movie just seems a bit absurd. The sacrifices and the fertility rituals don't make much sense. Like why go through so much trouble when young people can leave and go out on a pilgrimage? If a girl needs a sperm donor then she can just find some yokel elsewhere. Why kill off people whenever a new baby is born? The movie made no attempt to say how resources are limited, and surely some of the young people will choose to abandon the faith when they are on their pilgrimage, just like some young Amish do. So much stuff doesn't make sense because they rely so much on the religious and cultural traditions = terrible savagery trope.

    frozenbaconfrozenbaconIl y a 25 jours
  • After watch the first few minutes of this video(hereditary) and just finished midsommar, he tends to have actors... over act emotions of pain. Yes you can argue... but i mean I've lost people I cared about you cry maybe cry hardened than most but both mains over act and its just a eye roll for me. Actually I dont like his style, I gave midsommar a try just to see things through but, its not bad not awful. Not even a movie I wouldn't recommend I just find it... pretentious and the slow burn, the singing the made up culture the unbelievable characters and community/cult just nothing suits well i feel like am watching a play... a obnoxious play. No real substance it presents itself as some type of deeper meaning but when it made like this... who cares. Reminds me of Jacob ladders. I held off on that movie for the same reason... looked pretentious and obnoxious, trying too hard. After watching it am glad I did but I was right. Not a bad movie but not a must watch. I'm simply running out of good movies to watch so I go to recommendations and ones I've heard of but held off on... well... most aren't my cup of tea.

    so boredso boredIl y a 25 jours
  • When I saw this in the theatre, I thought it was about how how experiencing trauma in our detached, individualistic societies could push us into the madness of crowds of irrational tribalism. I didn't realize until reading comments here that there are apparently people who saw this movie and sided with the cult. Holy shit, lol.

    Paul YoukPaul YoukIl y a 25 jours
  • This movie is shit💯

    FkathebodyFkathebodyIl y a 28 jours
  • DUMB. just plain dumb.

    Roshan ThakurRoshan ThakurIl y a 29 jours
  • I know they say "once every 96 years" in the trailer, but that's not in any of the two versions of the actual movie. After all, it wouldn't make any sense. It's established that the dressing up for the summer solstice and the crowning of the May Queen both happen annually. The attestupa would *have* to be held almost every year. And, on top of that, generations of them would have been born and died without witnessing or taking part in the rituals and no tradition can survive a hiatus of almost a century in between ceremonies without being abandoned.

    ׁׁIl y a mois
  • I get what the movie was trying to do, but the execution was too stupid and clique.

    Dustin LuthroDustin LuthroIl y a mois
  • Sooo you get to choose between being awfully alone and depressed or being together and criminally insane. I think you're supposed to say, okay thanks, I'll deal with my stuff then. Jeesh.

    John LoopstraJohn LoopstraIl y a mois
  • Nothing is scarier than humans. Movies like IT don’t stand a chance.

    randy vrandy vIl y a mois
  • Interesting analysis! I feel like one important point was missing though: Two of the cultists were given a naturopathic sedative during the final burning ceremony and told that it would prevent pain and fear. It seems to work well at first (as a placebo), until one of them catches fire and clearly experiences intense fear and pain. That horrific scene demonstrates that the cult's focus on empathy is nothing more than an empty lie (and Dani remains a victim who is being manipulated by others).

    Noah ForrinNoah ForrinIl y a mois
    • @Heather there was one part where they basically said Christian was wicked and they hoped he would repent or something, before they lit the triangle place on fire

      CyrilCyrilIl y a 11 jours
    • I was reading all sorts of reviews and synopses last night after watching this and I didn’t see that brought up at all! Good catch! I also noted that they didn’t give it to Christian and in the context of what you said I could see there being more significance to that than simply that they were punishing him or something.

      HeatherHeatherIl y a 19 jours
  • Should I watch it or not ??

    Bivash TechTubeBivash TechTubeIl y a mois
  • I compared it to Charlie and the chocolate factory a bit, all of the kids that didn't respect the factory had bad shit happen to them. The British couple freaked out at the suicides and called them crazy. Mark took a piss on the ancient tree. And Josh took photos of the sacred texts after he was told not to.

    Jesse FinniganJesse FinniganIl y a mois
  • If taken to the extreme, Midsommar is a picture of a warm, effortlessly totalizing collective nihilism, as a counter to a cold, totalitizing individualistic nihilism. Both cases lead to horror. Only one case is preferred by most people. This is proof that emic-etic balance is necessary not merely for study, but as a way of seeing groups and individuals.

    Tardi GradeTardi GradeIl y a mois
  • This tittle is seriously so stupid, i'm not gonna watch this video because I do not have any doubt whatsoever that midsommar is brilliant, i tottaly can dislike it, but seriously saying this tittle is just fucking stupid.

    Rubens SchiozerRubens SchiozerIl y a mois
  • More shock factor than entertainment. There was no chemistry at all between Dani and her emotionally abusive boyfriend and I don't know why she was so interested in making the trip, it made no sense. I also didn't really care for any of the main one dimensional characters or if they died in the movie or not. The movie was way overrated.

    garys1266garys1266Il y a mois
  • why is this guy's hair always so fucked up? jk (not)

    the9filethe9fileIl y a mois
  • can we please stop saying the Harga are empaths who give Dani the emotional support she needs? What they’re doing is love bombing and thats cult tactics 101.

    MoonlightCocktailMoonlightCocktailIl y a mois
  • the biggest twist for me was when i realized the guy isn't played by Chris Pratt

    Dis AsterDis AsterIl y a mois
  • I’m pissed I paid $7.16 to watch that bs

    ThugginThugginIl y a mois
  • The community in "Midsommar" is not a cult. They are a Hollywood trope of "Pagans who perform human sacrifice" started by "The Wicker Man" in 1973. But as a society, their only flaw is human sacrifice - which is a damn big flaw. Dani didn't :"drink the Kool-Aid" here; she became empowered and sure of herself for the first time in her life and chose to be a part of that community by sentencing Christian to his well-deserved death. If anything, the film is a lesson for dudebros: don't treat your partner like shit or else she may become empowered in her womanhood and either dump or kill your ass.

    Joseph PriscoJoseph PriscoIl y a mois
  • I think you guys should have commented on the fact that her inflection point was when she started speaking their language-that was (for me) a sign of transformation complete

    Lenny TaertsLenny TaertsIl y a mois
  • Definitely the kinda movie you can watch 2, 3, 4 times and discover new little details and foreshadowing every time. Also, I'm loving Aster's track record of not relying on jumpscares to put his film into the horror genre.

    stinky manstinky manIl y a mois
  • I still prefer the out there paranormal horror stories rather than commentary ones 😁

    Aleka Dela CruzAleka Dela CruzIl y a mois
  • Where does the thumbnail where she has blood running down her face come from? I see it everywhere despite the image not existing in the actual movie

    Tonya BrookesTonya BrookesIl y a mois
  • The vaginal blood pubic hair love spell thing IS real, but i don't know if its swedish in origin. But it is a real pagan love spell, one of the oldest and also why some old folks say you should never eat spaghetti made by a girl on the first date, because it could be hiding menstrual blood meant to ensare you.

    Gamer DruGamer DruIl y a mois
  • In my region, instead of menstrual blood, people who practice dark magic would use urine or other body fluids into food and the victim eating them would submit to the practitioner as a unwilling lover or servant. Some nasty, crazy sh*t I tell you.

    farrens_akfarrens_akIl y a mois
  • "Their language is empathy", but it isn't real empathy though. It's false and manufactured, not genuine.

    Stressed SealStressed SealIl y a mois
    • Sadly

      Lumiverse SystemsLumiverse SystemsIl y a 2 jours
  • Wow, you totally missed it’s about a cult! (Taking about ‘the value of traditional rituals’ and ‘building a sense of community’ ... yikes 😱)

    Arie RaaphorstArie RaaphorstIl y a mois
  • I really enjoyed this movie, was creepy, had an ending that was horrifying or gratifying depending on how you viewed it (which I think is a good thing), and although Christian's friends were one-dimensional there's only so much you can do in a story and it did a good job or portraying Christian and Dani's relationship. Not only that, Christian just felt like an awful boyfriend and just not a good guy but did so in a believable way, he wasn't over the top. Only issues I have are issues I create for myself like asking what's going to happen when these guys don't return? Their families are going to look for them, I'm sure at least one of them told their families where they were heading to, if authorities find Dani they're going to ask where the rest are, etc. I have to remind myself, it's a movie dude, none of those things matter.

    jamesmarhenjamesmarhenIl y a mois
  • It wasn't scary. It was boring.

    Amy GAmy GIl y a mois
  • Bruh........it's about a white supremacist cult. If you romanticize the idyllic communal aspect of that, congratulations, you're as duped as Dani.

    Shalmi BarmanShalmi BarmanIl y a mois
  • I don't get why anyone would consider recommending this movie. That's the problem with it. There's no socially redeeming value.

    Amanda's Music BoxAmanda's Music BoxIl y a mois
  • The love spell is actually very familiar to me and I live in Indonesia. I dont know if it can do anything (or know anyone who has done it), but its an urban legend most Indonesians would know. I swear I've seen it used on local tv series and the such.

    Ade TriyaniAde TriyaniIl y a mois
  • Dumb as a bag of shit that tries to be clever

    bennet alexbennet alexIl y a mois
  • I really did not like the movie, but your analysis make me see it other way, thank you

    Vange RamosVange RamosIl y a mois
  • Think Aster successfully blindsided you guys to 😉This is not a community it is a cult with no freedom . He makes it seem appealing to show the dangers of cults . There has never been value in this kind of thing no matter if it's under a cross a Greek statue on a pyramid etc it makes humanity do great things but helps humans justify atrocities. 🤔

    Stephen CooperStephen CooperIl y a mois
  • The scary thing is that they act EXACTLY like a cult... I’m honestly freaked out about how realistic it is...

    GrayTheGreatYTGrayTheGreatYTIl y a mois
  • I think At one level this film is about the inherent absurdity and violence in any culture. At another level it is also a sarcastic look at the way we deal with racism/cultural superiority currently.

    501 amiga501 amigaIl y a mois
  • Was Dani’s last name chosen purposely? bc Ardor means to burn in Spanish ...

    CarlaCarlaIl y a mois
  • So we really not even guna mention Wickerman here then?

    Brooke RomeroBrooke RomeroIl y a mois
  • It’s makes you think how easy it is to fall prey to a cult.... one moment of emotional weakness.... All signs of a cult are there. The trapping, the love bombing etc

    Cryptic_QueenCryptic_QueenIl y a mois
  • "Hey wanna help us join our norse history research project We wanna try if it is actually possible to pull somebody's lungs out of their body, without them dying. We still need a volunteer."

    Ari33saAri33saIl y a mois
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