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Movie Review – American Violence (2017)

5 February 2017 6:10 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

American Violence, 2017.

Directed by Timothy Woodward Jr.

Starring Kaiwi Lyman-Mersereau, Denise Richards, Michael Paré, Columbus Short, Emma Rigby, Johnny Messner, Patrick Kilpatrick, Nick Chinlund, Rob Gronkowski, and Bruce Dern.

Synopsis:

Fascinated by the root causes of violent behavior, world renowned psychologist, Dr. Amanda Tyler, has an opportunity to interview and analyze death row inmate Jackson Shea. As the interview commences, and Jack’s fate hangs in the balance, Amanda must determine whether or not a stay of execution should be granted.

Every once in a blue moon a movie comes along toting a veteran actor who you can’t help but wonder how they got roped into such low-profile, amateurish garbage. Enter American Violence which somehow has Bruce Dern in it. Granted, he is only in the movie for roughly a combined 10 minutes, but still, it’s sad watching him reduced to such bargain bin quality after Quentin Tarantino gave »

- Robert Kojder

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