rust and bone

It’s a U.K.-produced crime caper that’s neither funny nor thrilling, and it is frustratingly, singlemindedly bent on cheap thrills and faux-clever dialogue and situations that are so contrived and hackneyed that Troy Duffy probably threw them out while making Boondock Saints II:All Saints Day.


‘Rust and Bone’ sinks its hooks into you and forces you to follow these characters, which are so strange, so alien, and also wholly familiar.

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Trey’s Top 10 of 2012

by Trey Hock on January 8, 2013

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Though Trey may have been more excited about a couple of films from 2011, he thought 2012 was a far more consistent year when it came to great filmmaking. So get ready for an overstuffed Top 10 Films of 2012.