Remember when American movies regularly tried to depict the Confederates as the good guys? Audible Download Audio Books. A screenwriter, though, is more tightly bound to conventions of chronology and perspective, and in parceling his story into discrete scenes, Mr. Farrell is more reactive and physical than usual: Omen IV: Add the first question. And instead of doing a whole bunch of dumb anonymous action films, Farrell should really have been cast in more parts like this.
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Cunningham has turned a delicate novel into a bland and clumsy film. A Home at the End of the World. Alternate Versions. If nothing else, the film is yet more proof that Farrell often fares better playing a villain than a hero — if only he was given more opportunities to do so in more interesting movies.