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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Wind River'

07.09.2017
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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Wind River'
"An FBI agent teams with a town's veteran game tracker to investigate a murder that occurred on a Native American reservation."


Movie type: Action Crime Mystery - This is a dark, downbeat dramatic mystery/thriller. Fans of Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen will enjoy, but some other recognizable faces such as Jon Bernthal only have small roles. Language, violence, and sexual content make the film strictly for adults.

Director: Taylor Sheridan

Script: Taylor Sheridan

Starring: Jane Banner - Elizabeth Olsen, Cory Lambert - Jeremy Renner

Length: 1 hr. 47 min.

Reated: R

Reviews:

Roger Ebert : “Good ...his storytelling is meaty but efficient, and his pacing moves along at a steadily engrossing clip before ultimately exploding in a startling blast of violence. ...Sheridan's script can be just as powerful in its quiet moments like these—in what the characters don't say to each other.”

USA Today: “Very Good ...thoughtful and intense.. Cowboys vs. Indians used to be the conflict, yet in this film, true justice is found when both work together. A sentimental belief, sure, but one that's entrenched in this cool and engrossing tale.”

Rolling Stone: “Good ...he could have been tougher on his screenwriter on tightening the plot twists. No matter. Wind River packs an elemental power that knocks you for a loop.”

Slant Magazine: “Below Average The film succumbs to its main character's didacticism: His perceived humility masks a smug, Manichean worldview. Lambert smooths over the film's more intriguing rough edges, uniting white police and native victims by way of dull, repetitive platitudes.”

Source: cinemareview.com





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