Gregg Turkington is a menace to society AND he doesn’t respect Al Pacino! He must be stopped.
It seems that “Swan Song” has become the buzzword around this one but oh my, if this does end up being Clint’s final film what a perfect, beautiful work to go out on. So tender and vulnerable and the culmination of a career spent probing not just masculinity but the search for peace and happiness via our relationships with one another.
When the sheriff and his wife bring Clint the old dog and he says there’s nothing to do except…
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Punishes its protagonist for the horrible crime of ... exposing frauds and exploiters?
An attempt at an anthology style horror film with no sense for how to do the wrap around segments, wholly underwhelming with terrible dialogue delivered poorly even by a veteran like Martin Freeman.
I'll admit to being spooked during the night watchman sequence, but even that drops the ball in its reveal. Whereas the kid who finds a demon and the rest of the jump scare laden…