Dead Man Walking
Drama • 1995 • 2 hr 2 min
Riveting! Wonderful acting and story here. A really great watch
Good look into our human side. Cried a lot. Recommend to see.
Classic stuff that isn't boring or overrated either. Great acting, great characters, cast, and overall story line here, worth the watch
regardless of what a prisoners acts, this film looks at the humanity beyond the worldly sins. compassion & remorse is what is examined here
The 90’s has probably the most compelling dramas of cinema. A lot of them are impeccably done.
An intelligent and balanced film and beautifully made. Fabulous performances from Penn and Sarandon. Provocative!
Very good prison drama, superbly acted with an interesting story. Worth seeing
Expected a preachy religious movie. Got an incredible story about life and humanity. The definition of how to make you love/hate a character
Gripping and intense. Sensational performance from Sean Penn.
Very focused on the story and doesn’t leave room for much else. Not sure what the message or meaning of the film is, but it connects
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