Bonding (2019) - Comedy, Drama

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Two best friends from high school meet up in New York years later.

IMDB: 7.1
Stars: Zoe Levin, Brendan Scannell
Length: 107 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 5 out of 111 found boring (4.5%)

One-line Reviews (27)

You can have a quality situation show that is very exciting and interesting and keep it at 15 minutes.

It's funny, witty, and overall entertaining without being a flat-out basic comedy like the many Netflix churns out regularly.

They tend to go slow and long.

Hats off to a very original and entertaining group of people.


It is much more entertaining than other productions that have tried to address the topic and butchered it (Fifty Shades, I'm looking at you).

The storyline is disjointed and smushed together, most likely due to the short runtime of the 'episodes.

A pure cash in trying to attract all those people who have such depressingly dull lives that they rushed out and bought into 50 shades of grey.

I am loving these new series with strong female protagonist, it's different, educational and very entertaining.

Highly recommend this show, oddly refreshing comedy, really enjoyable watching the different characters and their lives on and off the job.

So, be prepared for a 100-minutes sheer lunacy as obscene as entertaining.

Compelling storytelling.

Very little investment but I felt like I enjoyed it a lot for what it was.

Just binged the first season, would love to see longer episodes but enjoyed it so much.

Funny and intriguing.

But, it seems the characters and overall tone of the series promotes the idea of insecure, flawed humans disinterestedly engaging in aggression for reward on others without real world consequences.

Life would oh so dull if everyone liked the same boring things.

It told the story of two best friends reconnecting, it was quirky, funny and intriguing.

A smart entertainment resulting of the unexpected third kind encounter between The Monty Python, Zed from Pulp Fiction (Quentin Tarantino, 1994) and the complete YMCA (Village People, 1978).

Zoe Levin & Brendan Scannell have a perfect chemistry on screen and keep this short yet fascinating show rolling.

While there are likable characters and enjoyable moments of comedy, a lot of it feels satirical of its own subject matter as it plays various scenarios for cheap laughs, while its laughable soundtrack is used so sparingly as to break up the already tenuous flow from scene to scene.

Doesn't present any new ideas to the table of film making or to the viewer, but it still is a simple and enjoyable film to watch.

Surprisingly really enjoyable .

The story is very compelling.

Overall very boring.

Overall, it's worth a watch to see an entertaining look at a commonly misunderstood topic.

Get real, this is what non boring standard people get up too!