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Joe - Review

Adapted from the late Larry Brown’s novel of the same name, Joe commands exceedingly tight performances within a morally bereft universe. All aspects point to open-ended nihilism, as Joe’s modern wasteland seemingly refuses to take personal convictions to the screen. 122 more words

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Joe : A Film Review

Director:David Gordon Green, USA, 2013, 1hr57mins, Drama, Cast:Nicholas Cage, Tye Sheridan, Gary Poulter.

Deep South Hotheaded Guy New cards please. 1,930 more words

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Joe Review (15)

Track records are rarely as fluctuating as that of Nicolas Cage. An Academy Award winner for his harrowing portrayal of an alcoholic in Leaving Las Vegas… 511 more words

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Joe (David Gordon Green, 2013)

Before entering the cinema to watch Joe, those hired (or volunteering their free time) to write a review of the film will more likely than not already have an idea on how to start the piece – an easy way in if the film is indeed the success that the festival reports have promised. 1,033 more words

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Joe (2013)

Nearly 20 years since he won an Oscar for Ghost Rider 2: Spirit of Vengeance Nic Cage is probably more infamous for chain-buying castles and a hairline more unstable than the Middle East than his undoubted acting chops. 698 more words

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Joe (David Gordon Green, 2013)

It has been labeled Nicolas Cage’s great comeback. After years of substandard performances in, frankly, quite awful movies, he has finally embodied a character that has elements of himself. 294 more words

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Review: Joe (2013)

Nicolas Cage’s career bears many similarities to a see-saw in that one minutes it’s up (The Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call – New Orleans) and the next it’s down (Trespass). 167 more words

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