Control (2004)

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Control: Directed by Tim Hunter. With Ray Liotta, Willem Dafoe, Michelle Rodriguez, Stephen Rea. A sociopath on death row is given a chance to live if he agrees to take part in a chemical behavioral modification program.

“I just saw this film in a cinema in Bahrain, I think 2 years after it came out, or rather didnu0026#39;t come out in cinemas, as it went straight to DVD. When I think of all the rubbish that gets into the cinema, thatu0026#39;s just insulting.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI saw it u0026#39;cos of Defoe and Liotta, 2 of the greatest actors in cinema today. Yes, the film had some cheesy moments, but this is still a good film. The acting from Defoe and Liotta is generally excellent, and this is a good story, though it could have done with some better editing. Stephen Rea does a good job as Dafoeu0026#39;s boss, and whilst the ending is a bit predictable, itu0026#39;s a reasonable way to spend 2 hours or so.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe alternative is watching something by Adam Sandler or Ben Stiller, none of which goes straight to video, and shows why the movie business is sometimes the craziest business in the world.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWatch 2 great actors doing what they do best and enjoy that movies like this still get made. Itu0026#39;s really quite good.”


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