Perfect World - movie review
Another subtle, and quiet hit that showcased Clint's directing, and here Kevin Costner was still at his peak, and it was a successful movie which shows that Clint could direct and still do a very good job of acting.
Kevin plays an escaped convict who takes the kid TJ Lowther along for a ride with Clint in pursuit.
It's a little off the usual beat, and Clint doesn't play a role which stretches him much and he rides along in the same vein as he did in Line of Fire, but Kevin and the little kid steals the show in a little Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid set in the 50s in the time of Kennedy.
Not a lot of action or surround material for demo, but it's the dialogue and acting which sustains this.
Recommended for a rental at least or a keeper if you are a Clint fan.
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Once in a while, you get a new movie, directed by a someone who is just venturing out, and his first effort really hits the spot. ...