movies matter | criticism by maryann johanson
Thu Aug 08 2013, 08:33am | 2 comments
I was gonna say it was enough sad to know that this is the last we’ll see of Gandolfini, but this looks like it could be really funny and sweet and honest. So that’s good. A good funny movie to go out on.
Nope, it’s still sad.
He’s actually got something else all filmed and ready for after this: Animal Rescue, a Dennis Lehane-scripted crime drama with Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace. He was seen on set with a pit bull, which is nice, because he owned one and was always a great advocate for them…
…this is always going to come round to something that gives me the sniffles, isn’t it?
If this does turn out to be good, it’s going to be another example of a smart funny film giving rise to a trailer that seems as though all the jokes are missing (because the smart stuff is too long to fit in a trailer).
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