Bloom Towne is a small-town sheriff under the thumb of the well-established, deeply influential Mayor Dick Cavanaugh's family. When Bloom's two teenage sons, Nate and Skylar accidentally shoot and kill Dick during a deer-hunt, Bloom's long-held allegiance to the reigning Cavanaugh clan is tested. Skylar (still a minor) decides to take the wrap for his older brother Nate, claiming he fired the fatal shot. The Cavanaugh family's quick retaliation sends Skylar on his way to county jail, soon to be tried as an adult. Desperate and guilt-ridden, Nate breaks Skylar out of jail and sets off a chain of lawless acts, which send them deep into the woods and on the run. Bloom's choice between the law and his sons leads to revelations of old family secrets that threaten to destroy everything he loves.
, Nate breaks Skylar out of jail and sets off a chain of lawless acts, which send them deep into the woods and on the run. Bloom';s choice between the law and his sons leads to revelations of old family secrets that threaten to destroy everything he loves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Vulcan S (de) wrote: one of the better HK crime movies (without the presence of the A-list stars). Intense scenes and a more down to earth storyline. Better than the sum of its parts.
Francisco R (au) wrote: One of the worst films I've seen in years, that's all I have to say, not recommended it all.
Avi S (br) wrote: It was good, but they never gave Dane Cook's character a fitting end he just kinda gets mad and then we don't see him again. This is the only time Steve Carell has ever been a jerk in a movie other then Burt Wonderstone
Saffron H (ag) wrote: Brian White looks great in speedos.
Gabriela R (gb) wrote: Doesn't go where you want it to go. There's no real story there - which is fine in some movies, but this one doesn't hold up without it.
Letcia Saoki L (mx) wrote: Good fights, but only watch it if y0ou like your KF movies laced with slapstick humour. You've been warned.
Spookie M (fr) wrote: Directors cut is superior. The film remains a delightfully cheesy entry into the world of Clive Barker.
Brian S (jp) wrote: It's amazing how some of these low budget movies, no matter the genre, can have effect on us with great power, and Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver is the most powerful one I've seen yet. With an amazing score, by the master of old movie composers, Bernard Hermann, who also composed for other great classics like Citizen Kane (1941), or The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951), and a compelling job by Robert DeNiro, especially considering it was his early days. A great classic to see. Recommended !!