Director  –  Tony Kaye

Cast – Edward Norton, Edward Furlong, Beverly D’Angelo, Jennifer Lien

Plot – A former neo-Nazi, Derek Vinyard, (Edward Norton), learns his lesson while he is in jail, that he should change his life, and try to change his younger brother’s way of life. 

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Review – the reason I watched this movie today is because i was in a long car ride, and i needed a movie to watch, so my dad told me to watch this. I did not know a lot about this movie going into it, but this movie really interested me. I don’t want to ruin this movie for you, if you have not already seen it. I loved how they filmed this movie. The flashback scenes were all in black and white, and the normal scenes were all normal, which was really cool. The movie was very graphic, on the jail life, the Nazi life, and the overall hardships of the family in this film. I loved the casting choices in this movie, because it just seemed like the two Nazis were just the perfect fit and felt like real skinheads. I hated the ending though, because I really grew on the kid, but at the same time I saw it coming. If you are a fan of the dark drama and good action I would totally check this movie out. I give it a 5-5. 

  

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About jpcrouse

Freshman at Iowa State University. I am majoring in Journalism and Communications. Movies are my passion. Hope you enjoy!

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  1. I’ve always believed if there is ever going to be a Stone Cold Steve Austin film then Edward Norton in this would be perfect. Good review.

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