Broken Horses

2015, Action/Crime, 1h 41m

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A musician (Anton Yelchin) returns home after eight years and reunites with his brother (Chris Marquette), a slow-witted hit man who works for a local gangster (Vincent D'Onofrio).

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  • Apr 14, 2015
    Virtually every character is dialled up to near-cartoonish levels. Anton Yelchin's Jacob in the lead role, is conversely so under the radar that he's barely noticeable. The only character in an even remotely realistic middle ground is Maria Valverde's Vittoria, who show up for five minutes at the start and a further ten at the end. The story goes almost completely unexplored, and the trailer gives away entirely to much (that's not an exaggeration, after getting the context of a single scene about a third of the way through, literally the entire rest of the film was spoiled for anyone who has watched the trailer). But there's a lot to like too. Some cinematography is brilliant, there's a few callbacks I thoroughly enjoyed, a couple of moments reminiscent of (the far superior) Red Hill, and no matter what you put him in, and no matter how over the top his character is written, you can't go past how great Vincent D'Onofrio is.
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