A man of few talents. Very few.
4 favorites constantly in rotation.
Quite possibly the greatest piece of action cinema to grace our screens in the past 30+ years. Combines all elements from the previous installments to create a white-knuckle masterpiece. A flawlessly paced and executed thrill ride that literally doesn’t let up. Scene to scene tension and action, it’s relentless and directed perfectly. Wide shots, swooping movements, and bone crunching sound design. It’s an action lovers wet dream. But it doesn’t end there. This also happens to contain a hefty amount…
A throwback to old school, pulpy crime thrillers. Strangers, all with a secret to bury. Makes for one helluva entertaining ride, with spurts of brutal violence and phenomenal dialogue sequences. Storytelling, performances, visuals, editing; it’s all near flawless. I was waiting for this to make a wrong move, and with a 142 minute runtime, i was expecting it.. not once did it lose me. Captivated from scene one. I’m so goddamn happy.
I’ve.... never cried more, I don’t think?
Finding out this had no dialogue in the script and it was entirely improvised makes me love this even more.
My words won’t do it justice. This film just doubles down on all my favorite things. An indie drama with heart and honesty.
An exploration of death, loss, friendship, and love. Ray Romano deserves Oscar recognition. Mark Duplass is one of my favorite human beings. Director Alex Lehmann can continue making these types…
“Its real, honest, raw, and brutal.”
Give me a real, genuine reason why you enjoy this that ISN’T the first line i wrote. I’ll wait.
The most headache inducing, obnoxiously written, deplorable, sickening thing I’ve ever seen.
“That’s how life was like for kids like this.”
Fuck you, Larry Clark.