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Film Review - The Counselor

COUNSELOR Brad Pitt Michael Fassbender

Beloved for novels such as “No Country for Old Men,” “The Road,” and “All the Pretty Horses,” author Cormac McCarthy becomes a full-fledged Hollywood player with “The Counselor,” his first original work written directly for the screen. Teeming with unsavory, duplicitous, philosophical types that normally populate his books, “The Counselor” is ripe with McCarthyisms, while director Ridley Scott takes the mission of adaptation seriously, working to preserve the vagueness and violence of the effort. It’s a dark film, offering unsettling images and uncomfortable situations, and it has moments of greatness, just not enough of them to generate a riveting sit. Read the rest at


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