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A retired sheriff and his wife fight to rescue their grandson from a dangerous off-grid family upon the death of their son.
I’ve always enjoyed movie preview screenings. I remember many nights standing in line for hours to be able to see a movie days or even weeks before everyone else…for free, no less. Now, preview screenings are done from your house. The convenience is nice but the experience is completely different. Because of restrictions, you basically have to watch it on a computer screen, not exactly the best viewing option. Some people don’t mind but I’m a movie snob so picture and sound need to be the best possible.
So I was able to see a preview screening of Let Him Go recently. It’s a movie that I’ve been looking forward to since I heard it was going to be released. Even with Kevin Costner and Diane Lane, this is really a smaller movie. Right now, they don’t release “big” movies in theaters. The previews present a fairly accurate picture of the story but it doesn’t show the real level of intensity that some scenes really have. With little or no dialog, the tension on screen is so powerful and truly strong. A special call out to the production designer for the 1960’s look. It was spot on to me. Very cool.
It is rated R for Violence and it is no joke. You can see the ending coming but you still won’t be prepared for how wild it gets in the last act. For real acting, this is the real deal. Good story. Very good movie.
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