Critic Reviews for Leo
A well-written drama of psychological depth but diminishing returns.
The plot simmers along nicely, dipping and weaving between the two storylines with grace and style.
Newcomer Mehdi Norowzian delivers a flawed film that is nonetheless entertaining.
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Audience Reviews for Leo
*** (out of four) A nice, but distant and morose drama that features a nice performance from Joseph Fiennes. More could have been done with it, but it still is worthwhile. Fiennes plays a man leaving prison. He hopes to turn his life around. His first task is to find, Leo, the boy who has been writing him while in prison.
[list][*]Somewhat mysterious.[*]Drama.[*]Pretty good acting.[*]Dennis Hopper seems to be playing his usual character.[*]The mystery surprise isn't really that surprising but it doesn't really have that much affect on the movie.[*]Want to know more, just ask in a comment...[*][b]Recommendation[/b]: Rent[*][b]Grade[/b]: B[/list]
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