Three sentence movie reviews: Out of the Furnace

This movie should win some sort of award for men who talk so low and mumbly the audience needs to sit forward a bit and say, “huh?” a lot.  Seriously, all four main guys could have used subtitles.  It’s also fairly dark and Woody Harrilson plays a bad, bad man.

Cost:  $3.00
Where watched:  Laurelhurst.

poster from: http://www.impawards.com/2013/out_of_the_furnace.html

3 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: Out of the Furnace”

  1. Gosh, I felt that way watching Dances with Wolves. Some of the men spoke so low and had such weird accents that I was wishing for subtitles. Luckily, their characters were minor and gone quickly. If the whole movie had been full of them, it would've driven me nuts!

  2. Interesting. Do you wonder if the director chose that manner of speaking or if it was the actors themselves. Was it part of the Method?

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