Still amazed that something so full of reshoots and studio handling could turn out so well.
The narration still seems a bit heavy handed, but it's enteetaining enough to go along with.
Watched this with a friend, because we couldn't find Blood Father anywhere, so went for the next best thing.
Looking forward to watching the Director's Cut version with him, just to see if he thinks it's any better.
It's a great, tough, thriller. That opening is so cool and I love that blue/grey tint, everything looks so grimy.
And the dialogue is sharp, too.
Yeah, still really enjoy this. Never noticed how they used a shot from the director's cut on the poster for the theatrical version before, though.
Guess the studio just couldn't fix everything...