Movie Reviews

Hundred-Word Review – “The Old Man and the Gun” (2018)

 

In many ways, “The Old Man and the Gun” is the perfect representation of Robert Redford’s career – an easy-going yet charming man who wasn’t afraid to buck the system and never wanted to stop doing what he loves, despite his age. This film is not only a perfect capstone to Redford’s career, but is just as much about Redford’s love and hate relationship with Hollywood and the audience. Beyond this, the film is easy-going and tells an enjoyably laid back story that moves at a brisk pace, helped by a stellar cast and a fitting farewell to a screen legend.

Final Grade: B+

 

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