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Unhurried and righteous vigilante, Denzel's character is fun to watch regardless of his contradictions. There's even some serious social messaging. The only real flaw in the movie is the tired and predictable "High Noon" climax.
My wife, a nurse, hates hospital shows because the stories are preposterous and the details are wrong. I, a minister, felt the same way about this movie. It rings false repeatedly, gets the details wrong, and then delivers a nonsensical ending. The strong performances of most (but not all) of the cast, and the sensitive camerawork, cannot redeem this seriously flawed film.
Despite the bad reviews, I wanted to see this movie based on the trailers and actors. The first half was chilling, compelling and mysterious. But the resolution was flat and way too easy. And Kiersey Clemons's feeble acting dragged down the rest of the cast.
When I saw this movie at the theater I was deeply moved by it. Six years later I discovered the critics hated it so I watched it again. Sorry, but I still think it is a very touching and interesting movie. Great performances by the family.