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Run All Night spins a crime drama strong enough to make the viewer jog along with it for all its genre cliches. A decent enough script is enhanced by the solid direction of Jaume Collet-Serra and the magnificent performances of Liam Neeson and Ed Harris. At first glance, it appears to be yet another addition to the Liam-Neeson-angry-on-a-phone collection. Despite fitting the criteria, this is one of his better efforts with stellar talent both on screen and behind the camera. It’s at least refreshing to see Neeson ... Read full review »
A Good Marriage fattens a thin narrative with a whole lot of nothing. Drained and devoid of emotion, it’s hard to really care for anyone or their actions in this bland farce. All that’s left on screen is Stephen King’s words spat out with cheap acting and dull visual interpretations. No suspense, no twist and not even a bit of decent cinematography. There may have been a message in here somewhere about the dreariness of married life, but it’s never addressed. The film is far too interested in just skipping ahead ... Read full review »