The ultimate game of cat and mouse. The Coens put us in the shoes of Llewelyn Moss. We see the situation he’s in, which is living in a doublewide with his wife, who works at Walmart. While he appears to be content with his way of life, he defends this newfound wealth with his life, because no one is going to turn down $2 million dollars. We see the story unfold, mostly through his eyes, elevating the suspense to an…
Triple Frontier is by no means a good movie. It's full of fake high-minded morality stances and enough one-liners about being warriors to send the douche chills down your spine. Netflix is targeting a specific and sizable market with this film. Everyone had that one friend growing up whose dad was hell bent on getting you to watch Black Hawk Down and Act of Valor with him. That group of red-blooded, middle-aged, gun-loving Americans now has another go-to lined up in their Netflix queue forever.
Thanks a lot, Ben Affleck.
Gentrification, loss, love, family — the list goes on for what The Last Black Man in San Francisco has to say about the pressure that economic despair can put on a community.
The score, cinematography, performances and a fantastic screenplay with well developed characters makes The Last Black Man in San Francisco the best film of the year thus far.