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Although Bodies Bodies Bodies is a very contemporary movie, it also builds upon the tradition of innumerable mystery stories in the “Whodunit” genre. Thus, the creative lineage of Bodies Bodies Bodies can be linked to the writings of authors such as Agatha Christie, who continues to be a major figure in the genre almost a century later. Examining the similarities between the two mysteries at their core (and the ways in which Bodies Bodies Bodies ends differently) demonstrates why creating a unique mystery is far superior to merely updating a classic for contemporary audiences.
And Then There Were None and Bodies Bodies Bodies’ fundamental mystery and plot are very similar, especially when you consider that both novels conclude with the revelation that the murderer’s “victim” was actually the one who caused their own death. In her novel And Then There Were None, Agatha Christie centres on a group of eight strangers who reside in a distant estate. Suspicion sets in as they start to disappear one after another. This plays out eerily similar to what happens in Bodies Bodies Bodies, as a wave of betrayals, frantic mayhem, and infighting ensues after David’s death at a house party. In both stories, a cast of individuals is imprisoned together and gradually eliminated as they work to solve the mystery surrounding the deaths.


Bodies Bodies Bodies is a fantastic contemporary mystery that shares a common element with one of the genre’s iconic twists while still incorporating a distinctive twist of its own. The film, which stars Pete Davidson, Amandla Stenberg, Maria Bakalova, Myha’la Herrold, Lee Pace, and others, is a hilarious spin on the mystery genre and starts with the off-screen death of Davidson’s character, David. The ensuing chaos quickly spreads, brutally murdering out a large number of Bodies Bodies Bodies figures.

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Bodies Bodies Bodies had released on Netflix on 14 March 2024.

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