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Film Review - Force of Nature (2020)


21 years after making his directorial debut (joined by his brother, Mark) with “Twin Falls Idaho,” Michael Polish has maintained a helming career largely comprised of odd and forgettable features. He’s gone arty and indulgent (2011’s “For Lovers Only”), and even tried out a faith-based picture (“90 Minutes in Heaven”), but now he’s testing the VOD action market with “Force of Nature,” with screenwriter Cory Miller trying to make a miniature “Die Hard” with this Puerto Rico-set tale of an apartment building takeover. This appears to be paycheck work for Polish, putting in limited effort with a feeble script that doesn’t come up with imaginative ways to deal with cops and crooks. “Force of Nature” is bland work all over, unable to conjure a necessary level of excitement with a familiar close-quarters crisis. Read the rest at


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