The title is director David Lowery's "mondegreen" - a mishearing of a song lyric - and has no actual meaning. See more »
When Bob visits Skerritt and they embrace, Bob is clearly wearing a wedding ring which is not present in any other scene including in the continuation of this meeting. Given Bob Muldoon and Ruth Guthrie's differing names it could be presumed they are not married. See more »
You shot me. Why did you shoot me? I never even seen you.
What's this about? Money?
It's not you. You and the girl. Everything you tried to do.
You're gonna shoot me?
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Affleck plays Bob, a petty criminal who gets sent to prison and later escapes jail to go look for his woman and child while being chased by the law and a couple of thugs for no reason explained. The film is one gigantic drag without purpose or meaning or even a hint at the most basic of plots.
Though sporting an impressive cast, the overall feeling one gets watching the movie is that of one big cloying mess written by someone who didn't have a clue how to fill in the second act with something meaningful or otherwise entertaining. Besides, it has all been done before. It plods and then plods some more..
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