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Friday, September 21, 2012

The Next Three Days by Paul Haggis, 2010 (PG-13)

with Russell Crowe (Robin Hood, American Gangster), Elizabeth Banks (The Hunger Games, Man on a Ledge, Our Idiot Brother), Brian Dennehy, Lennie James, Olivia Wilde (Tron), Ty Simpkins, Helen Carey (Julie and Julia), Liam Neeson (The Grey, The Other Man, Chloe), Jason Beghe, Aisha Hinds, Allan Steele, RZA (American Gangster), Daniel Stern

When his wife is sent to jail on murder charges she fervently denies, college professor John Brennan comes up with a meticulous plan for the ultimate prison escape — even though he's never committed a crime in his life.

The Next Three Days is a movie that is a bit surreal. Crowe plays the ordinary man, although there is no way the guy can actually become what he is in the movie just with preparation. So, when you pass that suspect element, the rest kind of flows, with a good suspense, good acting, good effect, good editing, we are definitely hooked. The small role of Liam Neeson helps the realism, which was definitely need in this case.

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