Directed by Ben Wheatley
A crime drama set in 1970s Boston, about a gun sale which goes wrong.
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★★★★ review by Lucy on Letterboxd
almost as unraveling and incoherent as high rise, only more compressed and much more satisfying. does for guns what mad max fury road did for cars
and A24 + brie larson remain maybe my new favorite cinematic collaboration
★★★★★ review by Katie on Letterboxd
you take what you want, girl
★★★★ review by adrianbalboa on Letterboxd
at one point the stakes are so high and armie hammer just sits on the ground with a cigarette and starts like. roasting everyone in the room. What a mood
★★★★ review by Evan on Letterboxd
TIFF 2016 Film #23
If you would have told me a Ben Wheatley film would be one of my favorite films from TIFF, I'd give you this look. Wheatley's filmography that I've seen hasn't exactly worked out for me. But Free Fire is a different story. I pretty much loved this movie! Between the great cast, the hilarious banter between characters, and the crisp gun fights I had a blast!
The cast is seriously awesome; they're all so funny. Especially Sharlto Copley. He was absolute gold in this film. This is the first time I've liked Armie Hammer since The Social Network. I really loved Brie Larson! I've never seen her do a role like this, and it turned out to be awesome!
I might have to go back and give Sightseers and High-Rise another chance.
Also, can we all just admire how awesome this poster is?
★★★★ review by love, jose on Letterboxd
i feel like armie hammer could make an asmr video one day...
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