Few films are as quoted and especially referenced as Deliverance (1972). The story seems innocent enough in the beginning, with a bunch of middle-aged men going on a canoeing trip. However, depending on where you live and how many places you have visited in your life, the rest of the film may very well scare the hell out of you.
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… Trust …
Was our movie this weekend !
Just finished it !
Better than I thought it might be … although, with Clive Qwen and Kathleen Keener … I was pretty sure it would be “watchable” !
Waaay better than “watchable” !
David Schwimmer (that’s right … “Ross” from “Friends”) is the Executive Producer and Director of this dark journey into the “online chat room” manipulation of an innocent girl … that leads her Father to try and take the Law into his own hands !!!
Not gonna make the “Top 100 Films Of All Time” List …
Worth viewing !!! IMO
… Spoiler Alert …
You MAY be compelled to strangle someone to death … with your bare hands !!!
… Ooops !
… GAWD !
Just noticed … Clive “Q”wen !
Obviously, “Owen” !
My portfolio climbing and sliding,like Ned Beatty up a hill.On a bad day.
Squeal like a pig, Mr. Akin: