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Harrelson definitely makes this film what it is and I recommend seeing this film solely for his amazing performance. Director Oren Moverman knows how to use Harrelson’s talent in a very good way and the film definitely benefits from that big time. It is not a happy movie and you might perceive it as grim but give it a chance, stick with it and you will not regret it. The main character is definitely not a likable guy but Harrelson makes him so complex and intriguing that I could not take my eyes off of him. The supporting actors are great as well and make Harrelson shine even more which is great to watch. Overall, I was very pleased with this film because of Woody Harrelson’s wonderful performance.
I thought this film was alright but I do not think it is worth seeing in the theaters, however if you want to see some great acting by Woody Harrelson then I suggest you see this film. Harrelson is perfect for this role and the way he plays the character is absolutely superb, I can say without a doubt that he is one of the best actors of our time. The dialogue in this film is amazing and very rich, the hero in this film is highly unlikable but somehow Harrelson made him compelling and that is a work of a true artist. Visually the film was pretty uneven and some scenes worked very well and others did not.
This is a drama set in 1999 Los Angeles and it is about Dave Brown who is the last of the renegade cops, the film is directed by Oren Moverman and stars Woody Harrelson, Ben Foster and Sigourney Weaver. I think the film is alright but I doubt it is worth the price of the movie ticket. The film kind of depressed me and I do not like feeling like that after i see a movie. The main character is impossible to like but I still cared what will happen to him and that just shows how brilliant Harrelson, in m opinion, he is one of the best actors out there. The film had really strong moments and also very weak ones, there was no balance.
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