go away nick swardson
Might be the best thing Eastwood has made since Gran Torino.
It's not without its flaws, but I think it tells a compelling story and I don't think its politics are as problematic as a lot of people seem to.
You can staunchly disagree with conservative ideals (like I do) and still think a lot of them are good people.
Great criticism of law enforcement, government and the dangers of worshipping these authorities.
Not so great criticism of the media,…
Why did William H Macy direct this?
Why did David Hornsby write this?
Why do people keep putting Kate Upton in movies?
Why hasn't Alexandra Daddario fired her agent yet?
All these questions, but the one I was asking myself the most during this film was
Why don't I just fucking end it all right now?