When a father and their neighbors learn that their young daughters are abducted, he begins a twisted mission of vengeance. As the father slides further and further down the rabbit hole, we are forced to ask the same question; how far is too far?
Don’t be confused, this is not an action movie. This is a slow burn, crime thriller with some truly abhorrent and real scenes that will stick with you for years.
One of Tom Hanks’ most underwatched and underappreciated film roles.
When mobster hitman Michael Sullivan accidentally lets his son witness a hit, they go on the run. As they go from location to location, we witness horrific acts of violence and heart tugging moments of compassion.
Run down city cop Richie Roberts, played by Russel Crowe, is tasked with bringing him in.
What follows is an intense look at the justice system, modern gang politics and a study of human nature. Washington is particularly incredible as the charismatic Lucas, commanding the screen as an intimidating force.
Inspired by real life events and practices, The Report looks at the torture methods carried out on POW’s following 9/11. More directly, the tortures carried out by US soldiers against accused insurgents.
It’s a bleak look at humanity, as the title character played masterfully by Adam Driver, tries to find justice.
If you saw the film A Few Good Men, then this is like a modern interpretation of that same feeling. Filled with quotable moments and impeccable acting.
Fan of movies like No Country for Old Men, Logan or old school westerns like Unforgiven? Then this might become your new favorite movie.
Featuring stellar performances by Ben Foster and Chris Pine, this movie tells the story of two bank robbers. More specifically, two bank robber brothers who spent a lifetime planning one last haul.
With phenomenal cinematography, incredibly tense standoffs, amazing acting and a mature approach to storytelling. Hell or High Water is overlooked, and that is criminal, because this movie is absolutely amazing.
When a young woman sets out to prove her lovers innocence of a crime he didn’t commit, viewers are subjected to an emotional experience unlike anything else.
Beale Street is a moving film about segregation, justice, family, innocence and prejudice. Filled with memorable moments, and scenes of pure emotional agony that very few directors/writers can pull off.
Brought to life by the talented Kiki Layne and Stephan James, Beale Street is more of an emotional drama than crime. And that is just fine by us.
If Zodiac was the perfect molding of real life and drama, then Nightcrawler is the perfect fictional crime drama.
Mentally unhinged and extremely intelligent, Jake Gyllenhall’s character Louis Bloom, finds himself trying to bribe his way through life. As he learns that he is extremely driven and talented to document crime scenes, we learn something disturbing.
How far will someone go to become successful and how far will he continue to go when he’s found that success? Nightcrawler answers these questions, and you’ll squirm the whole time it unravels.