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I May Destroy You
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It's Sean bean. It's Nick Love, it's Danny D. It's violent. You know what you are going to get and you get it.
Has anyone noticed the virtue signalling left wing critics on this site absolutely explode with liberal righteousness when anything might suggest taking on the weak, wet liberal world they do so well out of.
In order to fully appreciate a movie's main character there has to be at least some redeeming qualities even if they're bad but no one character has any at all. nick Love cocked up on this one.
Great premise to a good film! Never quite hits the high notes, but watchable none the less!
Absolute shit. Thin plot, One dimensional characters and a disappointing ending.
waste of my life watching this
The commentary is far more entertaining.
Outlaw is veneer of actors and ideas, that just didn't gel together.
An excellent premise delivered badly. A great cast is assembled but they have fuck all to work with.
Bean's character is probably the most 2-dimensional, while everyone else shows the frustration and fantasy to take justice into one's own hand -- and the results of that. Rather grimy and realistic.
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