God's Pocket


Action / Crime / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 36%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 34%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 9685


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September 11, 2014 at 08:30 PM



Philip Seymour Hoffman as Mickey Scarpato
Christina Hendricks as Jeanie Scarpato
Eddie Marsan as Smilin' Jack Moran
John Turturro as Arthur 'Bird' Capezio
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701.65 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 28 min
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1hr 28 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by beebeedoo 6 / 10

Not what I expected

The movie description on Showtime reads "a small town man tries to hide the fact that he's responsible for the death of his stepson in a construction accident" . That's not at all the story!!!! I went ahead and watched because of the excellent actors, PSHoffman, Richard Jenkins, John Turturro, Eddie Marsan, and a few others. What a bunch of unexpected events! There was some drama, some comedy, and an all out strange ending. I enjoyed this movie and would recommend to others to check it out.

Reviewed by gutenshmeis 5 / 10

Felt Rushed, Plot Holes

This movie could have been something special. It was well cast, the plot was quirky and clever(at times), and the characters felt organic - like they belonged in 'God's Pocket'. It was definitely entertaining, and the story engaging, but it felt a bit rushed. I think the movie could have gone on another 25 minutes or so.

There were also some serious plot holes. I won't spoil any details, but some characters' motivations made little sense, or COULD have made sense had they been given a bit more development. It all felt so unnatural at times. I can't speak for how faithful the movie is to the novel, but I don't imagine the author forcing things along that quickly unless it was a 150 page book aimed at a teenage audience...

It screamed low budget at times, with modern vehicles abundant throughout (I think it was supposed to be the 70s/80s). Some fight scenes were incredibly cheesy as well, where a punch clearly misses, but renders the victim unconscious. Granted, these weren't major parts of the plot, but it might be distracting depending on how observant you are.

5/10. Hoffman/Turturro were good as you'd expect, and it was definitely entertaining, but not something I'd recommend to a film buff.

Reviewed by steveo122 6 / 10

Like a Bukowski poem set to music...

Like a Bukowski poem set to music and sung by Tom Waits, a rancid, deep dark comedy of errors in an urban hell. An amazing ensemble of great actors. Philip Seymour Hoffman, John Turturro, Richard Jenkins, Eddie Marsan and many more of some of the finest drunks and lowlifes you'll see on film. Christina Hendricks, unfortunately, is out of place and out-skilled. The script walks with a limp and probably has a disease.

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