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The Drop (2014) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

The Drop (2014) Directed by Michaël R. Roskam. With Tom Hardy, James Gandolfini, Matthias Schoenaerts and Noomi Rapace. 

Michaël R. Roskam’s The Drop is the story of two cousins (Hardy and Gandolfini) working in a Brooklyn ‘drop’ bar called ‘ 266 more words

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The Drop: Raising The Bar

The Drop, by Dennis Lehane

Published: 2014

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The Drop

Rating: 4/5 Stars

Directed by Michael Roskam and filled with stunning shots and scenes, The Drop is one of the best films of the season.  The story follows the heart-breaking life of Bob the bartender, played by Tom Hardy, and depicts his gentle spirit in the face of a multitude of crimes, which act as a back-drop for the intense inter-character relations and individual monologues that occur throughout the film. 443 more words

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Picking Up - The Drop

A seemingly normal guy named Bob Saginowski leads what appears to be a quiet life. He works as a bartender at his cousin Marv’s bar. The soft-spoken and well liked Bob works hard and stays out of trouble. 248 more words