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For a movie that doesn't quite know what it's trying to say about violence, it sure knows how to say it with vigor.
A nasty little piece of B-movie trash that lacks both the verve to grab you as a guilty pleasure and the artistry to be taken seriously as a dramatic thriller.
Emile Hirsch and Zoe Kravitz, as strangers thrown together by a violent incident, enjoy an easy chemistry here, encouraging viewers to forget the menace that starts the story and, with startling violence, will end it.
Genre clichés catch up with Schultz just as surely as the past catches up with his characters and the sweet, redemptive possibilities of their relationship gets washed away in the tide of gratuitous bloodshed.
Aspirations matter, and the cast members remain dedicated to their brooding roles as the script admirably reaches for emotions it only sometimes captures.
This uneven rural romance and thriller has echoes of Terrence Malick, Jeff Nichols and Andrew Dominik, but its dueling tones battle with neither side emerging victorious.
Underwhelming and underdeveloped, everything about what should have made this story dark and edgy - the material is all there is no doubt about that - falls disappointingly flat instead.
After flashing some imaginative style and attitude, this ultraviolent crime thriller devolves into a routine tale of outsider romance and revenge.
The magic of Vincent N Roxxy comes from the performances. If there was any justice in the movie world, Zoe Kravitz's work here would propel her onto the A-list.
Two people you'll wish you hadn't met... just an oddly bland would-be romance followed by a long spasm of ultra-violence.
A good cast and hint of low-down style can't save this drawn-out/bleed-out revenge thriller set in BFE Lousiana.
Schultz cranks up aggression and ends up suffocating the effort, displaying a callous disregard for tone to go with the feature's overall incompleteness.
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