Sam Elliott shines in an uneven story
Great first half, even if it does bounce around a lot between timelines, though unfortunately that becomes a little tiresome the more the film goes on. Sam Elliott is fantastic, and he is truly the perfect actor for this role; I award this a 6.5/10 solely based on his performance, in a film that isn't quite sure what it is supposed to be, though ends up being more of a drama about a tired old man than anything else.
- Feb 14, 2019
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