“Every human being is a puzzle of need. You must become the missing piece, and they will tell you anything.”
Pleasantly surprised by this, a film for adults that doesn’t shy away from it’s subject matter, a complex and violent story about the real Russian Sparrows and the type of undercover work they did (do?) for the Russian government — a film that feels dangerous and outside the norm despite looking conventional in so many ways.
“What’s the law on what ya can and can’t say on a billboard? I assume it’s ya can’t say nothing defamatory, and ya can’t say, ‘Fuck’ ‘Piss’ or ‘Cunt’. That right?”
Darkly funny but also heartbreaking with Oscar-winning performances by all three leads, McDonagh’s best film yet.
“Understand this: When we lay our heads down here, we’re all prisoners.”
Profound, one of the best movies I’ve seen in a long, long time; outstanding performances and a gut-wrenching story, effortlessly beautiful cinematography, a Western that I think will be added to the canon of movie greats.
“Wolves don’t kill unlucky deer. They kill the weak ones. You fought for your life, Jane. And now you get to walk away with it.”
Another near-perfect movie from writer-director Taylor Sheridan, lots more lupine imagery and principled men doing what needs to be done against those less civil; an essential movie that I expect to stand the test of time.