The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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Sympathetic performances from Danny Glover and Matt Dillon somewhat compensate for the mildness of the material, but can't disguise the fact that the film has very little to say about a major societal problem.
Though something of a failure in its own terms, this social-conscience movie does produce a strong emotional tug...
Whatever its shortcomings, The Saint of Fort Washington takes its subject very seriously, in ways that no audience can fail to find wrenchingly sad.
If you have ever stopped your car at an intersection and been approached by men with squeegees, offering to clean your windshield, you may have wondered who these guys are, where they come from, and where they go at night. This movie knows.
Dillon has never been better than in this undemonstrative role.
Masquerading as a social problem film about the homeless, this is a rather conventional male-buddy Hollywood movie, but the acting of Danny Glover and Matt Dillon is good.
This overlooked curio avoids the patronizing pathos that hobbles most 'worthy' Hollywood projects.
Conveys the isolation, vulnerability, and frustration of two homeless men in New York City
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