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Chalamet and Carell both deliver great performances, but the execution and message of the story don’t work. A non-linear story sometimes makes it difficult to track Nic’s journey, and the ultimate conclusion is poor: essentially you can’t help addicts. It’s emotionally lacking and feels like “Drugs Are Bad” PSA more than anything.
Robert Redford shines and has excellent chemistry with Spacek. The movie skips over some necessary plot points that make the ending fall apart a bit. But it’s still a solid film that feels like classic cinema.
Despite the fun Oyelowo brings, Gringo isn’t very funny. Some way too obvious story points and a cliche ending don’t help either.
A fine home invasion revenge thriller. Union is a capable lead but doesn’t elevate the material. Action is pretty weak and villains bland.