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Alec Chalmers's avatar

Alec Chalmers

Ignore the comparisons with John Wick. This couldn't be further from that movie.
2 years 12 months ago
frankqb's avatar


A fantastic tale of the value of relationships in our fleeting reality we call life. Cage is stupendous and powerful. The script seems intentionally staged in a three-act hero’s tale to emphasize the comfort of the form while also developing thematic material around family, small pleasures, and the simplicity of what we really need in life. I loved this film.

5 stars
2 years 6 months ago
samoan's avatar


Beautiful movie about loss and depression with Amazing Acting by Nicholas Cage and Alex Wolff. Not an action film or John Wick style of movie as the trailers make you think it is, more of a strong drama that is a must see.
2 years 7 months ago
Fastkit's avatar


Perfect Movie
2 years 11 months ago
Saundenf's avatar


Is this a Truffle Western?
2 years 4 months ago
MrDoog's avatar


A very well acted and beautifully shot movie, though I didn't particularly care for the ending.
2 years 11 months ago
Squin's avatar


You can't ignore the comparisons to John Wick, this film needs to be taken IN CONTRAST to John Wick
1 month ago
Matt Addis's avatar

Matt Addis

Beautiful movie and brilliant performance by Cage.
1 year 10 months ago
Esnaider's avatar


I swear the pitch for this movie was
John Wick meets Ratatouille
2 years 5 months ago
gobberpooper's avatar


First its a simple tale of a man who wants his stolen pig, then its so much more, but its also really still a man who wants his stolen pig back. Wild ride of a movie.
2 years 7 months ago
Blocho's avatar


Sus Domesticus, the domestic pig. I think it was Francois Rabelais who said that the nose of the pig reflects the soul of man, always seeking, never satisfied. Or maybe it was Frankie Rabola, who used to play the trombone in my middle school band. Later, Frankie and me played in the same horn section when we went on tour with Men at Work in 1979. In some ways, Rabelais was the trombonist of French renaissance humanism. I saw this role as a chance to investigate porcine methods of theatricality. In Ancient Greece, there were plenty of pigs who played leading roles. Then that tradition got carried over to America in the 1920s. Some of the earliest vaudeville stars were half pig. That Dr. Moreau stuff is based on real life, you know. Anyway, that's how I ended up building a shrine to George Burns and Porky Pig in the backyard of my second smallest Rhode Island mansion. But it's a mistake to use pigs to find truffles. I learned that once when I was staying at Daniel Day-Lewis' place in Florence. You need werewolves instead.
2 years 12 months ago
panagos's avatar


Τhe disaster tsunami warning is all i keep from this pretentious movie, with the main foggy character lacking psychological background... At least, the pig could have a name, if we are supposed to think that the owner had a special relationship with the animal.
1 year 5 months ago
dhan_bo's avatar


Vanilla version of Mandy
2 years 1 month ago
boulderman's avatar


Very good drama, you are engaged in a relatively light on plot film spoiler

2 years 6 months ago
dantheman89's avatar


I loved the sullen/meditative/drap atmosphere. I loved that there's no simple resolution, no nic cage going ape and shooting up a ton of pig-nappers and I loved the quietness.

That being said the spoiler was cringy and ruined the rest of the movie for me.
2 years 11 months ago

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