It’s a loong wait until the next season of ‘Shameless’ and I can’t help but feel that I just don’t see enough of William H. Macy.  I tend to enjoy seeing this guy perform and he tends to take on roles that work really well for him. He’s still my pick for the next Commissioner Gordon, but that’s a completely different conversation. Check out the trailer to sprinkle a little Macy in your day:


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 David M. Rosenthal’s backwoods thriller starts with a bang: a single shot, aimed at a lone deer, that hits and kills a young woman. The hunter, John Moon (Sam Rockwell, SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS), watches her die before discovering a box of money near her body. In a desperate panic, he takes the cash — hiring a low-rent lawyer (William H. Macy, FARGO) to fight his wife’s (Kelly Reilly, FLIGHT) divorce suit — and attempts to cover up the killing. But when he discovers that the money belonged to a group of hardened criminals, the hunter becomes the hunted in this tense cat-and-mouse struggle in the backwoods of West Virginia.




Source: Tribeca Film




  1. Great reviews of both talkies and silent versions. I always think of my dad when someone talks about or I watch a Laurel and Hardy picture. They were his favourite comedians and he would make sure I would watch them with him. He would speak of the time when he saw them in the theatre when they first came out and how many people would laugh. It was always wonderful listening to my dad speak about the movies since he watched so many from the silents to the talkies at the cinema. You hit the nail on the head regarding the stars who didn’t make it whe the talkies came out. Often the stars style didn’t fit their voice.


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