Crime / Drama / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 89%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 57%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 20393


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Neal McDonough as Harlan Cotterie
Thomas Jane as Wilfred James
Molly Parker as Arlette James
Brian d'Arcy James as Sheriff Jones
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by punisherversion1 5 / 10

The Sins coming back

1922: Written and directed by Zak Hilditch

1922 is the fourth adaptation of a Stephen King story and the second one for Netflix following Gerald's Game. Thomas Jane plays a farmer in 1922 trying to get the land willed to his wife. His wife wants no part of the farming lifestyle so he concocts a plan to kill her and take the land for himself.

This movie is a slow burn with a very internalized character. There is bits of voiceover that helps put you more into his frame of mind. You feel every bit of sun. You feel every creak in the old farmhouse. You understand where this character is at even though he speaks in such a strong low tone accent. You might have to put the subtitles on in order to get the full gist of what he is saying. He has the vocal patterns of the character in Sling Blade.

His world begins to turn upside down and everything he knew and loved is taken from him. This is a solid, creepy film. The camera work is beautiful and really something to take in. It is creepy but not necessarily interested in being scary in the traditional sense. It is about haunting experiences. Sins brought down upon his own head. I give this movie a C.

Reviewed by joris0223 10 / 10


Thomas Jane deserves the oscar for this role he was born to play. I'm a Stephen King fan and love to read him. This movie ranks right there with The Green Mile.

Reviewed by The Couchpotatoes 7 / 10

Good performance from Thomas Jane

You could say 1922 is a slow movie but that doesn't mean it's a bad movie. On the contrary that is what makes the movie good. That slow-paced ambiance is perfect in this story, in the harsh environment of Nebraska, where time looks it stood still. I'm not a big fan of that thick awful accent they use for narrating. Well not in real life then, in the movie it's perfect. I'm just glad my wife, that is American, doesn't speak like that. Thomas Jane gave away a very good performance with his character. I don't think you could do better honestly. Certainly one of his better performances. The rest of the cast was also good. The movie is beautifully shot, clearly not done by some amateur. And the story is also worth watching, so I did enjoy this movie and I won't be the only one that do.

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