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Kelly gets a well-earned leading man turn in the amiable indie comedy-drama "All Square" playing a surly, but likable bookie in a small Maryland town.
Kelly is a king among mordant underplayers. Yulin, a stalwart character actor, is reliably terrific. Adlon and Josh Lucas bring added value to their also-familiar characters.
Handled with unobtrusive professionalism in all departments, the film benefits greatly from Brady's novelistic attention to character and milieu.
A casually profane and frequently uproarious working-class dramedy about a small-time bookie who turns a big profit - for a while - by taking bets on Little League games.
By the time John's inevitable redemptive arc comes around, it feels like we've witnessed All Square many times before.
The offbeat concept finds a balance of humor and sentiment, while Kelly generates sympathy for a morally conflicted loner.
It's not a forceful picture, lacking urgency at times when trauma enters the story, but it's solid work with divine cinematic inspiration.
Scruffy dramedy that gets by on performances and a vivid, down-and-out milieu
From director John Hyams ... and writer Timothy Brady ... comes All Square, a rough and rowdy gem of a movie that tells of small stakes with big consequences.
Kelly offers a breezy and conversational voiceover that sounds a lot like a guy sitting next to you at a bar who wants you to buy into his Ponzi scheme. The more cynical viewer may be wary, yet all still enjoy hearing the prattle.
All Square is proof that Hyams is way more than just an "action movie director", and can work well with a talented ensemble of performers, while still exploring the surface of their universe with a documentarian's eye for East Coast life.
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