Two Men in Town


Action / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 40%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 29%
IMDb Rating 5.6 10 1687


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Forest Whitaker as William Garnett
Luis Guzmán as Terence
Harvey Keitel as Bill Agati
Ellen Burstyn as Garnett's mother
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by khaledkhattam 5 / 10

Another Perspective

First time to see it tonight . Of course Forest Whitaker performance is excellent , movie as a whole is average . Have one or two remarks . Why a black man ? it could have been a white man and the same events would have happened with him too !!! or was that to reflect a raciest problem ? that wasn't clear too .

Why make him a " Muslim " who converted to Islam during his 18 years prison time ? what really reflected that ? from my view as a Muslim ...nothing but view shots but not a behavior , he drinks , living with a woman without marriage ...which would have been more normal behavior for a regular Muslim not a converted , practicing ones ,who prays at Mosque , ones whom usually have stronger faith .

Reviewed by moonspinner55 4 / 10

"I've developed a philosophy over the years that's proved"

Forest Whitaker plays recently-paroled man in New Mexico who did hard time for killing a deputy officer, hoping to restart his life but butting heads with Harvey Keitel as the five-times-reelected sheriff who believes Whitaker is "a loose cannon." Mild French-Belgian-Algerian-US co-production, a remake of the French-Italian 1973 version, seems to be on a well-trodden dramatic path--that of a battle-of-wills between the two men--and yet, it doesn't even follow through on this angle (it's too limp). At its core, the picture is an updated western (with new-fangled overtures to Allah), and Harvey Keitel's hard-ass sheriff is a character we've seen him do before on better occasions. Brenda Blethyn upstages both men as Whitaker's parole officer. ** from ****

Reviewed by merklekranz 6 / 10

A slow burner with great performances and New Mexico scenery .....

Though the script is somewhat plodding, the film has a genuine quality to it. Forest Whitaker is good as the tormented parolee. Harvey Keitel plays the revenge seeking sheriff. It is Brenda Blethyn however who steals every scene she is in, as Whitaker's parole officer. I would agree that not much happens in this film, yet it is it's low key performances that keep the viewer intrigued. The cast is first rate. In addition to Whitaker, Keitel, and Blethyn, Luis Guzman and Ellen Burstyn also are quite good. If there is a problem, it is with the ending, which is somewhat unresolved, and hangs uncomfortably. I should also mention that the extra on the DVD titled Fences", is very interesting and timely. The interviews with border residents, for and against the border wall, are very informative. - MERK

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