Critic Reviews for Galveston
Foster is very good, and Fanning is even better, but Galveston is one of those movies that ended, and I wondered why I had taken the journey.
A seedy but sincere and strikingly attractive picture adapted from the novel by Nic Pizzolatto.
Galveston looks and feels like a retread of moments borrowed from far better pictures.
Sadly, the movie is never able to rid itself of a somewhat somnambulant aura, as these wayward bottom feeders hope to find a better life, and we know that nothing but pain and sadness await in their future.
As it moves into its gripping final act, Galveston lives and dies with the palpable chemistry that develops between Foster and Fanning.
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