Taking place one year after the events of "The 36th Stranger", The Method tells the story of Corin Faith, a man divided between love and loyalty. Decisions must be made and alliances must be broken. There is a method to one's madness..
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"The Method" is a good movie. It's about four actors who engage in "Method" acting. Their new play is about bank robbery, and they want to be as realistic as possible and they go commit one. The Bank Robbery scene is very tense and exciting. Sean Patrick Flannery does a good job as Christian. He plays a jerk very well. Tyrin Turner does a fine job as an ex-gangbanger trying to escape his past. Robert Forster is in the movie for a minute and does absolutely nothing as Christian's Dad. Up until the bank robbery, It's just a lot of speeches about life, which can get pretty tedious. Overall, It's a different movie that has it's share of flaws, but it's worth seeing.
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