Overall Rank: 6658
Average Rating: 2.7/4
# of Ratings: 10
Theatrical Release Date: 10/19/2018
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 01/15/2019
Genre: Comedy, Crime
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: David Lowery
Actors: Elisabeth Moss, Robert Redford, John David Washington, Danny Glover, Casey Affleck, Sissy Spacek
Plot: The true story of Forrest Tucker, who escaped from San Quentin at the tender age of 70 and was involved in a string of heists that left authorities stunned and the public enchanted. It also follows the agent who respects his commitment, but is dead set on capturing him and a woman who chooses to love him despite his record. -- Chris Kavan
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Ionut valentin - wrote on 01/16/2019
Its a dull, slow paced movie. An old thief robbes here and there, falls for an old lady and has ,,Robin Hood,, aura, but a hero without real adventure and motivation. He just does it, but we re not in any way obliged to agree, not even to watch this dull pelicula. Another great actor ,,bites the dust,, in a regretable movie. Shame!
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ikkegoemikke - wrote on 02/01/2019
Well, what do you do then?
Well, that’s a secret.
With “The Old Man & the Gun“, we probably say goodbye to a real film legend. According to some sources, Robert Redford wants to draw a line under his rich film career in a stylish way. In my opinion, he couldn’t have made a better choice because in “The Old Man & the Gun” he can demonstrate his charming side one last time. This 83-year-old actor conquered all the women’s hearts effortlessly when he was younger. And to be honest, he’s still got it. So don’t expect a gangster story full of violent bank robberies and wild chases. It’s reasonably friendly and cozy. You won’t see Forrest Tucker in the Top 10 of most notorious bank robbers of all time. It was probably not all that spectacular enough for that. So, no “Butch Cassidy and …
Matthew Brady - wrote on 12/02/2018
“And he did.”
The last movie I saw at LIFF (Leeds International Film) and the final performance from Robert Redford (apparently) - and what a way to end this year festival.
‘The Old Man and The Gun’ is one of most endearing and heartfelt movies about bank robbery. A simple story with miraculous results. By the end, I don't know to root for or against the robbers. Throughout the movie I kept being reminded of a similar heist movie that came out this year called ‘Kings of Thieves’, but done better.
David Lowery stylistic directing shines through out. From ‘Pete's Dragon’, ‘A Ghost Story’ and now this movie; Lowery is a special soul. He’s got a unique way of presenting information across, almost like a Edgar Wright type of style by cutting away the fat of pacing. For example: …
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