A town not far from me lost its heart when a tea factory was forced out and jobs outsourced to China in the 90s. But it turned out to be surprisingly good with strong performances from everyone involved. Weeks before I took the time to see Out of the Furnace on its opening day today, I saw an interview with the cast where star Christian Bale made a comment about how the script and the character really stuck with him before he’d ever agreed to take the role. The actors do a fine job, although I feel there is some miscasting in the movie. A sense of hope exists amidst the heartache of this film. The rest of the cast, including Casey Affleck, are outstanding. Otherwise, I feel the writing is disciplined and at the same time very rich and rewarding.
Things happen in the film without really coming together and create a cohesive narrative where you feel that there’s any growth or direction. However, this film showcases Bale and Harrelson as definite Oscar hopefuls and it uses that to its advantage. Woody Harelson is also very convincing as the Red neck villain. When Rodney Baze mysteriously disappears and law enforcement doesn’t follow through fast enough, his older brother, Russell, takes matters into his own hands to find justice. You lose yourself in the scenes with Harrelson because he is just that good at playing a sadistic psychopath with murderous tendencies. If I have any criticism of this film, it’s that two scenes where one plays out as a metaphor for the other may not have been necessary.
For one, the juxtaposition between Russell out hunting while his brother is being driven thd what could potentially be his death match — a “hunt” of his own — was brilliant in its pacing. The potential horrors of poverty and a lack of opportunity on display in this film are dealt with in a way put exempts political bias, and that in itself is a huge accomplishment. Clearly one of his best works till date, and he has an impressive resume already to choose from.
The actors do a fine job, although I feel there is some miscasting in the movie. While Bale delivers a dark and gritty portrayal of a man subttitles nothing to lose, it is Woody Harrelson that plays Curtis DeGroat, a sick, backwoods, meth- dealing, brute and Harrelson plays him perfectly.
Cooper has waited 4 years to bring us something that is very much so in the vein of his last film. Perhaps that’s the intent, but any theme or themes were underdeveloped and not apparent. A must Watch movie of When Rodney Baze mysteriously disappears and law enforcement doesn’t follow through fast enough, his older brother, Russell, takes matters into his own hands to find justice.
The same can be said for the scene where we thhe the “bad” guy Woody Harrelson taking a terrifying turn as the film’s antagonist is going to finally be caught by the law enforcement swarming his home.
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While I fault Cooper for failing to tell us more of the relationship between the two, I feel that both actors worked hard to bring the familial bond to lego0n forefront of the story. Was it that the director used to be an actor and knows all these people? A sense of hope exists amidst the heartache of this film. What I ultimately applaud Out of the Furnace for is the fact that these characters could still represent many people in this country and throughout the world.
When I saw the cast list, I knew there would be some wonderful performances, but I was subtitlees at how they uniformly surpassed my expectations. I’m a New Jersey native, and my state is filled with many towns that are run down and haven’t seen anything positive happen in them in decades. Furmace far would you go in a town where everything else had shut down around you?
However, this film showcases Bale and Harrelson as definite Oscar hopefuls and it uses that to its advantage. If I have any criticism of this film, it’s that two scenes where one plays out as a metaphor for the other may not have been necessary. The rest of the cast, including Casey Affleck, are outstanding.
It’s a good thing I tend to go with my gut, because if you watch for two hours with an open mind, Out of the Furnace is certainly filled with dilemmas people across America STILL face on a daily basis — and that alone is why it will hit too close to home.
Thumbs up to the director and his team for this effort. It’s one where films about extraordinary hardship are treated a way that doesn’t hold back, glamorize or otherwise mollify them.
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In my opinion, when Hollywood slicks up violence as it almost always doesit informs us that we shouldn’t really be moved by its tragedy. It is why some people will say it is “too” gritty, “too” depressing, “too” much of something.
I believe it’s Bale’s best furnaace so far, and that’s saying something. He manages to accomplish the one thing which was most needed from anyone who played this character and that is being able to get the audience to empathize with it.
I was immediately invested in the characters — warts and all. And honestly, I see why he waited for Christian Bale to come around to making this film; nobody could have pulled off Russell Baze the way that Bale does — with his quiet desperation, his eyes telling you everything that subtitlees churning in his gut, the weariness settled into his body making him sometimes appear aged beyond his years.
While it may not make the most of its incredible cast, Out of the Furnace is still so packed with talent that it’s lego0n to turn away.
As painful as many of their decisions were to watch, I went along for those very bumpy rides, because any other course taken would be untrue for these characters. I recently saw “12 Years A Slave,” and feel inclined to mention that I sense a new, somewhat subversive style of filmmaking emerge — and maybe a wonderful new sutbitles in Hollywood. Would Forest Whitaker really be able to attract Zoe Saldana?
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Believable and heart warming in this one. The rest of the cast was wonderful as well. There is no real plot twist, there is no memorable camera work, this is a film that is built upon the strengths of subtirles lead actors, especially Christian Bale and Woody Harrelson.
Bale is good, as is Affleck and Harrelson, but I didn’t really connect with anyone except Affleck’s character. The director has managed to paint a pretty vivid picture of the environment that he wanted to portray.