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Woody Harelson is also very convincing as the Red neck villain. He manages to accomplish the one thing which was most needed from anyone who played this character and that is being able to get the audience to empathize with it. The same can be said for the scene where we assume the “bad” guy Woody Harrelson taking a terrifying turn as the film’s antagonist is going to finally be caught by the law enforcement swarming his home. Things happen in the film without really coming together and create a cohesive narrative where you feel that there’s any growth or direction. Clearly one of his best works till date, and he has an impressive resume already to choose from. Frankly, nothing in the film convinced me that Saldana would even stay in a town like Braddock. Would Forest Whitaker really be able to attract Zoe Saldana? Was it a matter of one actor signing on, and others wanting to work with him I say him because the only female in the film is Zoe Saldana, in a one-dimensional and thankless role.

There is one scene in particular I won’t spoil it here where an actor lets loose in a way that careful directors and nervous producers would normally edit out. The film takes itself far too seriously to get away with just being entertaining, and when you don’t have a clue what the whole point of the movie was, that’s a bad thing. I recently saw “12 Years A Slave,” and feel inclined to mention that I sense a new, somewhat subversive style of filmmaking emerge — and maybe a wonderful new culture in Hollywood. The potential horrors of poverty and a lack of opportunity on display in this film are dealt with in a way that exempts political bias, and that in itself is a huge accomplishment. Out of the Furnace tells the bleak story of Russell Baze and his determination to discover the truth about his little brother, Rodney, after he goes missing without a trace. There is patchy storytelling blame the script writers , but the actors all grab hold of the material they’ve been given and work well with it despite its shortcomings. Without giving any spoilers away, there are a couple scenes one of which involves a prostitute that are so unflinchingly brutal that features DeGroat at his most nefarious. The rest of the cast, including Casey Affleck, are outstanding.

And finally, the bridge scene between Russell and Lena Baze’s girlfriend played admiringly well by Zoe Saldana is one that gives a heart to a film that is otherwise dark and depressing.

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I will see it again. Clearly one of his best works till date, and he has an impressive resume already to choose from. The strength of this film relies on okt performances, hands down. It’s inelegant, and not what we want to see from stars, especially attractive ones.

Bale at his best Woody Harelson is also very convincing as the Red neck villain. Suvtitles is why some people will say it is “too” gritty, “too” depressing, “too” much of something.

There is one scene in particular I won’t spoil it here where an actor lets loose in a way that careful directors and nervous producers would normally edit out. There are several aspects to the storytelling that are to be admired. It’s because of moments like these that I was able to overlook the film’s obvious flaws. You lose yourself in the scenes with Harrelson because he is just that good at playing a sadistic psychopath with murderous tendencies.

The storytelling is very engaging. This is a bleak and brutal film with fantastic performances across the board. I point this out because several moviegoers in the theater where I saw the film were saying that Out of the Furnace paints an unrealistic portrait of the “worst” parts of America, making them seem worse than they are.

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Is it unrealistic, perhaps, to assume that bare-knuckle fighting rings are organized nationwide? At least I hope so. In Indiana, the same.

I wanted to like the film, but I walked out of the theater not knowing what I had just seen the ending is confusing, ridiculous, and poorly done. There is patchy storytelling blame the script writersbut the actors all grab hold of the material they’ve been given and work well with it despite its shortcomings. Cooper has waited 4 years to bring us something that is very much so in the vein of his last film. Bale is good, as is Affleck and Harrelson, but I didn’t really connect with anyone except Affleck’s character.

Was it a matter of one actor signing on, and others wanting to work with him I say him because the only female in the film is Zoe Saldana, in a one-dimensional and thankless role. The film takes itself far too seriously to get away with just being entertaining, and when you don’t have a clue what the whole point of the movie was, that’s a bad thing. The actors do a fine job, although I feel there is some miscasting in the movie.

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How far would we ALL go, trying so hard to be “good” day in and day out, waiting for a break, trying subyitles earn the extra dollar Everyone wants to say that they’d still stay on the straight and narrow, but until you can put yourselves into the shows of these characters, you just truly never know. When I saw the cast list, I knew there would be some wonderful performances, but I was surprised at how they uniformly surpassed my expectations.

I believe it’s Bale’s best work so far, and that’s saying something.

How far would you go for family — for a family member who had put his own life on the line for this country? For one, the juxtaposition between Russell out hunting while his brother is being driven to what could potentially be his death match — a “hunt” of his own — was brilliant in its pacing.

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Things happen in the film without really coming together and create a cohesive narrative where you feel that there’s any growth or direction. But it turned out to be surprisingly good with strong performances from everyone involved.

Out of the Furnace poses this thought-provoking question and lets the viewer see how you can go down either path. I recently saw “12 Years A Slave,” and feel inclined to mention that I sense a new, somewhat subversive style of filmmaking emerge — and maybe a wonderful new culture in Hollywood. While it oc not make the most of its incredible cast, Out of the Furnace is still so packed with talent that it’s hard to turn away.

There is no real plot twist, there is no memorable camera work, this subtitled a film that is built upon the strengths of its lead actors, especially Christian Bale and Woody Harrelson.

A town not far from me lost its heart when a tea factory was forced out and jobs outsourced to China in the 90s. Perhaps that’s the intent, but any theme or themes were underdeveloped and not apparent.

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