Drama • R • 2011 • 1 hr 40 min
Loved how unexpectedly graphic this was gave me shivers
Noir stripped back to the pure essential cool. In true film, plot is second to the image, style is substance, and this is a litmus test.
Wow! Such an awesome, thought- provoking film with great acting and style. Didn’t like it the first time around, a rewatch definitely helps.
I loved the plot, original and thrilling action that makes you excited for every turn that comes next. Amazing performances.
Arthouse-style crime thriller about a stuntman who doubles as a getaway driver, very well-made, great acting, fantastic soundtrack
Damn good movie. Handsomely shot and paced. Ryan, Carey, Cranston and Brooks are excellent, especially Brooks.
he’s literally me frfr. if u don’t like this movie ur not a real human bean
The story telling is just like a Clint Eastwood; minimal words but is still just so damn cool.
The cinematography, driving, music violence is great. This movie isn’t deep or thoughtful but it’s just feels good
Love the pacing and how this movie keeps you constantly guessing!
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