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- Mark Rylance
- Dylan O'Brien
- Zoey Deutch
- Johnny Flynn
- Nikki Amuka-Bird
- Simon Russell Beale
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Never judge a book by its cover. Crazy affff
15/10 everything about the movie was good except the weird insertion of race in middle of the movie, I’m really angry at how good the movie is but still like every film after 2016 theirs always some weird insertion of race,sex,gender,ect for gods sake bumpy Johnson, frank lucas, Stephanie Clair were in this era in New York and they could of used saint claire if they wanted to talk about race with the story being in New York for real ness but instead just inserted someone who’s made up then had them give them the whole white males speech? So they want to uplift African American woman but can’t use an actual figure who was that? Story is obviously made up but what makes it good is that you could belive it is real to some degree, Chicago 1956 all of this is some what believable except that detail as it just wouldn’t happen due to the attitudes, beliefs, ect of the era unless she was working with somone like st Claire did with bump Johnson
What Moore’s film strives toward, and touches only erratically, is an emotional claustrophobia to match its physical squeeze.
It’s a movie that relies on the sort of nuance Rylance has mastered, and he unfolds the layers of his character, Leonard, with the same precision that goes into crafting a custom suit.
Filled with twists and reversals that, for the most part, are motivated by character not plot, The Outfit is a nifty little period thriller that provides a showcase role for the always-amazing Mark Rylance.