In a fundamental sense, Cop Car more or less exemplifies contemporary independent filmmaking. Reminiscent of 2013’s Blue Ruin by way of modest scale yielding the utmost impact, soon-to-be Marvel upstart Jon Watts’ second directorial outing is a lean telling of two youngsters’ fateful joyride. 351 more words
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Stealing cop cars in real life, sure as hell aren’t as easy as stealing them in GTA.
Two kids, Travis (James Freedson-Jackson) and Harrison (Hays Wellford) walk through a field that eventually leads to a creek where, for no explainable reason, a cop car is left abandoned. 1,200 more words
Kids will be kids. So two young children (James Freedson-Jackson, Hays Wellford) are on day one of running away from home. A mysterious sheriff (Kevin Bacon) is transporting the first of two bodies from his vehicle to a freshly dug grave in the middle of the forest. 441 more words