GamesrRadar | Son Of A Gun Review


The feature debut from Aussie director Julius Avery, Son Of A Gun is sure to elicit comparisons to compatriot David Michod’s 2010 debut, Animal Kingdom – both are brutal crime thrillers interested in conveying hardscrabble realism while obeying genre mechanics. And while Avery’s effort is less sure of its tone, with too many set-pieces and an inchoate love story muddling the second half, it possesses enough swagger to ensure Hollywood will take note.

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