In addition to another infernal movie list that would be sure to make the list of 100 Stupidest Movie Lists ever compiled (The 75 Movies Every Man Should See? Come ON!), Esquire magazine has the first review I’ve seen of The Road, John (The Proposition) Hillcoat’s adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel.
I don’t read reviews of movies I already plan to see and this is no exception, but don’t let that stop you. Even without reading it, you can infer from the headline (“The Road is the Most Important Movie of the Year”) that reviewer Tom Chiarella is a fan.
The post-apocalyptic film starring Viggo Mortensen throws a wet blanket on your good mood on October 16.
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