Cinekraut’s review published on Letterboxd:
Surprisingly funny. I had mixed feelings about Dupieux's Wrong but after having seen his feature film debut Steak I'm definitely open to watch more of his work in the future (Rubber looks so stupid that I could potentially love it).
It features one of the most hilarious kidnapping scenes I've ever seen and the general plot was strange, silly and highly enjoyable to follow at the same time. It plays within a microcosm where a gang craves for violence (at least it tries to), milk shots and for a strange reason for face/body lifting/surgery (except for the latter one, you can see where he draws inspiration from). And somehow our two main characters seek out to find their way into that gang. Odd but somehow up my alley.