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An ambitious young executive is sent to retrieve his company's CEO from an idyllic but mysterious "wellness center" at a remote location in the Swiss Alps but soon suspects that the spa's miraculous treatments are not what they seem.
ActorsStarring: Dane DeHaan, Jason Isaacs, Mia Goth, Douglas Hamilton, Adrian Schiller, Celia Imrie, Ashok Mandanna, Harry Groener, Godehard Giese, Tomas Norström, Angelina Häntsch, Jeff Burrell, Annette Lober, Eric Todd, Christian Brauer, Thomas Richter, Chris Huszar, Marko Buzin, Ivo Nandi, Magnus Krepper, Michael Mendl, Maggie Steed, Craig Wroe, David Bishins, Lisa Banes, Carl Lumbly, Tom Flynn, Jason Babinsky, Johannes Krisch, Rebecca Street, Susanne Wuest, Peter Benedict
Critic Reviews About A Cure for Wellness
This is the kind of singularly strange production that you appreciate for its excess and lumpiness, for the way it strays haphazardly out of blockbuster comfort zones.
A Cure for Wellness is a lustrous box of genre candy, the self-revealing work of an auteur who has laid bare not so much his psyche as his online streaming queue.
A. O. Scott
An extravagant B-movie homage that is longer, darker, and more unwieldy than the genre demands, while failing to produce a character that audiences much care about at its center.
Not all of it makes sense, but as Hollywood grows more homogenous and risk-averse, it’s a delight to see Verbinski scare up a giant budget for his grandly realized Lovecraftian visions.
A high-altitude horror – think a Bram Stoker reworking of *The Shining* or Shutter Highland – of real craft. Ultimately, though, the plot turns out to be thinner than the air.
Phil De Semlyen
Cinematically ambitious and impeccably designed, this freaky thriller is often exciting and intriguing, but viewers may find themselves wishing they could unsee certain disturbing images.
Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media
Lockhart’s plans to grab his boss and head home go awry when he breaks his leg, forcing him to convalesce in what looks like a cross between an early-20th-century nursing home and Dracula’s castle.
What begins as taut, suspenseful thriller descends into horror story that’s as lurid as it is absurd.
Adam R. Holz
A Cure for Wellness is a visually-stunning work, but the abundance of style adds up to an overall hollow experience that fails to connect.