The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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Life lessons and the value of humanity are the intended points of call here, but the gorgeous guards, the yoga and a "game day" in jail (yes, there's a race) highlight a new low in made-for programming.
Overcome your natural resistance to this sort of thing. The performances are astonishing.
Pretty good. Nothing wrong with this film..it's just that there isn't that much memorable about it either. Seems like I have seen this before, but with other deathrow inmates. Diane Keaton does add a little spark to this rather average movie. Just a little, though.
A made for television Drama, based on a true story of loss and unconventional grieving. Whilst Jennifer Jason Leigh suited the role of the rebelious murderer, perhaps this film didn't warrent the talent of Diane Keaton and as a result didn't make this too worthy a role for her.
Watchable, but forgetable.
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