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Marketing efforts for “Easy Does It” push the image of co-star Linda Hamilton, who’s the largest face on the poster and the biggest name in the film. There’s a reason for this, of course, as nobody would see the picture without Hamilton’s participation. Sadly, the actress is only in the endeavor for roughly 10 minutes, leaving the rest of the movie to writer/director Will Addison as his furious need to prove himself with his feature-length helming debut. He blasts the screen with color and grain, and keeps his characters nervously chatting away, trying to adrenalize a DOA offering of criminal interests. “Easy Does It” tries to be obnoxious instead of incisive, mangling some kind of message on dwindling hope for the American Dream, asking audiences to stick with a noise machine that fails to become the grimy romp it so dearly wants to be. Read the rest at


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