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FILM REVIEW: KNOX GOES AWAY

FILM REVIEW: KNOX GOES AWAY

Published by SUYASH PACHAURI 


Knox Goes Away is an exemplary Crime , Drama that takes a fresh look at old clichés and gives a reliable but still surprising star the chance to display a range and depth of character that rarely gets the chance to explore.


I enjoyed Michael Keaton's layered performance and the film's complex story, which features a hitman battling the final weeks of a degenerative neurological disease and helping his son who has committed murder. Entertaining, sometimes humorous, sentimental. James Marsden gives a good performance opposite Michael Keaton.


But such films do not get much promotional effects force. Also it is not presented by a Major Studio, so it will be mainly word of mouth. Be prepared. A very underrated performance from Micheal Keaton. Thanks to Michael for producing and directing this gem conception film.


James Marsden has a very serious dramatic role and he plays it well. As an actor he's been wasted as a shallow pretty boy in many movies, but he can really act. This is actually an interesting story. Alex Hefes' score reinforces the contemplative drama, with instrumental music vibe and adding soothing music to the noir vibe.


There are some flaws in this film but Michael Keaton is such a Impected character in this film his chew for and believable actor that you don't really care about some of the plot twists that could be seen as weaknesses.


The film stars Michael Keaton (John Knox), Al Pacino (Xavier Crane), James Mersden (Miles Knox), John Knox's son. Ray McKinnon (Thomas Mussie) plays Suzy Nakamura (Detective Emily Ikari). The director of the film is Michael Keaton, the writer of the film is Gregory Keaton and the producer of the film is Nick Gorden.


FILM REVIEW: KNOX GOES AWAY

Published by SUYASH PACHAURI 

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