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Triple Frontier is director J.C. Chandor’s first film since 2014’s A Most Violent Year. Co-written by journalist and screenwriter Mark Boal (Zero Dark Thirty), and starring Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, and Pedro Pascal, Triple Frontier tells the story of a team of U.S. vets who feel shafted by the government they serve, so they decide to take on an assignment of their own — robbing a notorious South American cartel — in order to disappear into the retirement they deserve. Arrives March 13.
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This is a subreddit for fans of Oscar Isaac (born Óscar Isaac Hernández Estrada; March 9, 1979), the Guatemalan American actor and musician. He is known for his lead film roles in the comedy-drama Inside Llewyn Davis (2013), for which he received a Golden Globe Award nomination, the crime drama A Most Violent Year (2014) and the science fiction thriller Ex Machina (2015). He is also an accomplished musician and singer.
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. . . and I can safely say its close to being a favorite. Definitely a huge miss on the company’s part for not marketing this the way it should have been.

Such an early, and underrated gem within their catalouge that i’d highly recommend it to anyone to sit down and enjoy.

(Other underrated hits early on that i’d suggest ya’ll to check out would include Slow West, Under The Skin, Locke, and Obvious Child)

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外围体育投注I read the Dune series in high school and was blown away. I remember watching the sci fi show as well as the David Lynch film growing up and thinking to myself years later that I hope they find another talented director to really make a trilogy or series. After True Detective season 1 and the first 3 seasons Game of Thrones came out a small part of me hoped HBO would pick it up and fund it. Im afraid to let the hype grow within me, but wth Denis past work (especially Bladerunner 2049) and the other actors hired for this film I haven't been this excited for a film to come out in awhile. I'm excited for his vision...

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外围体育投注If you haven't seen it, it's on Netflix, you should check it out. Such an overlooked movie with a great Oscar Isaac performance. It really feels like a late 70s slow burn type movie that they don't really make anymore. Quiet but with tons of tension and constant threats looming but very subdued.


外围体育投注Weirdly the same director made Triple Frontier this year which is about as far as you can get from this movie.

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