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Blood Father (2016) Movie Review

John Link (Mel Gibson) is a sober ex-con who scrawls tattoos on upper thighs out of his trailer in the California desert. When his long-disappeared daughter suddenly re-enters his life with a criminal past trailing her, he must take drastic actions to protect her. 246 more words

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KILL BILL VOLUME I - A Review by Frank Mengarelli

“How did you find me?”

“I’m the man.”

When you strip away all the genre and sub-genre elements from Quentin Taraninto’s KILL BILL VOLUME 1, what lies beneath is a heart wrenching story of a woman seeking vengeance against a former lover who tried to kill her, her unborn child, and her fiance and the new life she constructed after she fled from him. 351 more words

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Mad Mel

//// bloody good B-film with a soft chewy center

"Blood Father" | Movie Review

Grade (A)

A much deeper film than advertised and possibly one of my favorites this year.

“BLOOD FATHER” stars Mel Gibson as an ex-con living a desolate life out in the California desert, when he is contacted my his teenage daughter who has been missing for years played by Erin Moriarty. 349 more words


Blood Father (2016)

D: Jean-François Richet / 88m

Cast: Mel Gibson, Erin Moriarty, Diego Luna, Michael Parks, William H. Macy, Miguel Sandoval, Dale Dickey, Thomas Mann, Richard Cabral, Daniel Moncada, Ryan Dorsey, Raoul Trujillo… 1,081 more words


BLOOD FATHER (2016) review

written by: Peter Craig and Andrea Berloff
produced by: Chris Briggs, Peter Craig, Pascal Caucheteux & Sebastien K. Lemercier
directed by: Jean-François Richet
rated: R (for strong violence, language throughout and brief drug use) 1,430 more words