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Film Review - The Way

WAY Martin Sheen

After all these years, I sort of forgot Martin Sheen can really act. Not that his work has ever been less than stellar, but there’s a hardness he’s perfected on television and film over the last few decades, a posture of authority that’s convincing but curiously repetitive. “The Way” features the finest Sheen performance in quite some time, refined yet superbly vulnerable, and who better to draw the man out of his shell than his own son, writer/director/co-star Emilio Estevez, who crafts an elongated, yet emotionally resonate story of man taking to travel to soothe his fractured soul. Read the rest at


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