>seen this posted numerous times on /tv/, always held in high regard >watch it a couple of weeks back >it's above average, but barely
Which is to say it's better than an average blockbuster, but not close to the best movie in the last decade. It's central point and the character of Daniel Day-Lewis felt shallow. You get what's happening and where it's going to lead within the first 30 minutes. The problem is that the journey to that point just isn't worth the ride, for the most part.
>>64560936 >>64561062 >>64561105 Blood falls apart in the third act, Day Lewis tries a bit too hard, and its structure and dynamic is so flat and conventional. No Country has a magic vibe to it, it's not just a good story amazingly directed. I has something unsetteling and incomprehensible about it, it's more shocking and original.
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