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Critic Reviews for Whitewash
Largely because of a pitch-perfect final line and a Haden Church performance that brings a dose of needed compassion, Whitewash manages to keep its footing.
The viewer is left in a snowblind limbo that makes it awfully difficult to stay engaged.
An airtight demonstration of the maxim that no good deed ever goes unpunished.
Thomas Haden Church bridges the credibility gap in snowed-in fugitive tale.
Audience Reviews for Whitewash
Whitewash is an underrated little film. It's well-paced and has a great plot, albeit there are some glaring problems. Thomas Haden Church is fantastic in the main role. There are a few subtle laughs, but the majority of the movie is low-key and is about Church's character coming to terms with an accidental murder he committed. I enjoyed it quite a lot, despite the questionable ending.
A lone survivor story reinvented into a dark and witty tale. Think "Fargo" combined with "All Is Lost" It's brilliant.
It's nowhere near as blackly funny as it wants to be, but Thomas Haden Church is strangely compelling as a man befuddled by the vagaries of fate.
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