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The strong performances and effective family drama make it worth a watch.
slow, didn't hold me attention, a bit crap really.
A boring and utterly incoherent waste of time. I saw the cover and the cast and thought "there might be something here"... I was wrong. There is nothing good about this movie. And for a movie that only 102 minutes long it seem to go on forever!!! I don't know how something with such talented actors, who I happen to like a lot, can go so wrong... but it did.
The film features some amazing acting. It's a slow moving tale, but worth watching. The artsy manner in which it's shot is at times distracting and over the top. However, other than the over-use of slow motion and flashforwards, it's a great film. Neal McDonough, John Heard, Patrick Wilson and Scott Michael Campbell are all incredible actors. It almost made me think this was at one time on stage and translated on to film because it had a stage-production feel to it.
This was one you really needed to watch. It's a guys movie though.. Not a date movie...
the story had some potential, only did not show....
An interesting movie. Bizarre twists.
Excellent dialogue. Family always makes a great movie, especially dysfunctional ones.
A heavy and depressing drama, rather talky and claustrophobic. The acting is okay, but not very natural or convincing. Fair story.