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2018: The Year in Reviews (September)

After Thanksgiving, most people get happy because they know Christmas is around the corner. I get happy because I know these articles are around the corner. Even if a year is absolutely atrocious and I get absolutely nothing done on this site (like this one), I know that once December rolls around, I have things to say until March. But before we get into the Oscars, we gotta wrap up the year.

Here’s the skinny for the newbies: every January I preview an ungodly amount of movies. And then, from then through December, I watch an ungodly amount of movies, tracking along the way what I thought of each of them. Then, when we get to this point, I recap everything and see how close I guessed my eventual rating back in January. That part is mostly for me, but along the way you get my thoughts of all the stuff I watched (which will probably give you a bunch of stuff you didn’t even know about). So everybody wins.

Today is September.

September

Peppermint

January’s preview:

“So a revenge thriller starring… Jennifer Garner.”

“Oh boy.”

3 stars.”

The review:

“Jennifer Garner making a Liam Neeson movie. That’s what this is.”

“It’s exactly what you’d expect. Strains logic, but you’re not in it for the logic.”

“It’s a perfectly solid three star action movie. You know what you’re getting all around with this.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

Yup.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

The Nun

January’s preview:

“Horror movie, don’t care.”

2.5 stars.”

“Demian Bichir is the priest, Taissa Farmiga is the nun. Or a nun. I really could care less.”

The review:

“Horror movies don’t do it for me, especially when they’re supernatural, and especially when they feature possessed clergy.”

“This was just a triple whammy of things I just don’t give a fuck about. And here we are.”

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

“A triple whammy of things I just don’t give a fuck about.”

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

Sierra Burgess Is a Loser

January’s preview:

“It’s based on Cyrando de Bergerac. See the wordplay with the name?”

2.5 stars. Netflix high school movies tend to be… iffy. So let’s stay average and see where we go.”

The review:

“It’s high school Cyrano de Bergerac.”

“Doesn’t totally work, even though it tries. I can see where it could have gone right, but instead it’s just a forgettable Netflix movie. There’s a lot of those.”

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

Next Gen

January’s preview:

None.

The review:

“Generic Netflix Big Hero 6 ripoff. That’s all this is. Not for me.”

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

Slice

January’s preview:

“The marketing looks crazy. I’m sure the movie won’t live up to the hype, but fuck it. Weird is good.”

3.5 stars.”

The review:

“Surprisingly — not great”.

“Could have been more interesting, but it’s just weird-watchable and nothing more.”

“And Chance the Rapper plays a werewolf. So yeah. No fucking clue how something like this got made a movie before it was a graphic novel.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: Off by a half-star.

Paper Year

January’s preview:

None. Seemed interesting.

The review:

“This was… boring.”

“It feels like a first film/first screenplay kind of deal. They all fall into similar tropes. Sometimes they work. This one didn’t.”

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

The Predator

January’s preview:

“I’m down for anything Shane Black wants to do.”

3.5 stars. Can’t assume 4 here. If it’s original Shane Black, I’d go 4. But Predator is a known entity. If he can make it feel fresh and original, then he might get 4 out of me. Otherwise, 3.5 seems completely reasonable.”

The review:

“Shane Black made a Predator movie. Should be a slam dunk, right? Because if anyone could overcome the drawback of this franchise, it’s him, right? Turns out, not so much.”

“This is a giant mess. I’m not sure what he was going for, but it doesn’t work.”

“It feels like he made what his Predator movie was, and the studio made him cut all his humor out of it and focus on the story… which is the part of the movie I don’t want.”

“This might be more one where, ‘I’m not angry, I’m just disappointed.’ Which sucks, because I didn’t really want Shane Black to make a Predator movie.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

Honestly, the best thing that came out of that review is my use of the phrase “slam dunk,” because that allows me to post this here, which is just amazing:

That’s better than anything in this movie.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: Off by a half-star.

White Boy Rick

January’s preview:

“I have no reason to think this is anything less than 4 stars. I have slight top ten (or top twenty) hopes for this one. This was something I’ve been excited about for two years. I don’t even care that they’re putting it in late August. I want this to be great.”

The review:

“This was one of my five most anticipated movies of 2018. I was so excited for this. And by the time it came out, I almost didn’t even see it in the theater because of how mixed the reviews were.”

“But I loved it! What’s to dislike about it? Sure, it’s not perfect. But what is? This completely met my expectations and was a perfectly solid movie. I’m excited to see it again just so I know for sure how much of a hidden gem this is gonna be for years to come. McConaughey is fantastic here and gives one of the more underrated performances of the year, and I just loved the overall vibe. Again, not perfect, but what was everyone expecting? Huge fan of this one.

* * * * (4 stars)

Final thoughts:

I really liked this one quite a bit. It’s definitely one of my favorites of the year, despite everyone and everything trying to convince me it wouldn’t be.

* * * * (4 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

A Simple Favor

January’s preview:

“I guess… 3 stars?”

“I hope this isn’t Unforgivable.”

The review:

“It was nice to see Paul Feig doing something other than comedy, especially since I hate most of his comedies.”

“It’s a well-made movie, and I’m sure it deserves better than just 3 stars, but I didn’t like it more than 3 stars.”

“I’ll leave it to the people who really liked it to recommend it. For me, it just gives me a reprieve from another Paul Feig comedy I won’t like.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

It’s fine. It’s fun. It’s worth seeing. I’m not gonna claim everyone will like it, but I feel like most people will, and likely better than I did. It’s definitely something I’d recommend.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

Mandy

January’s preview:

“So this looks like Nicolas Cage running around, murdering people.”

3.5 stars.”

The review:

“What in the hell can I say about this movie? It’s nuts. And we knew it would be nuts and expected it to be nuts, and honestly this allows Nicolas Cage to be nuts again properly.”

“Panos Cosmatos is a visual marvel. He makes this movie an experience, when it could have been some generic cult thriller.”

“This is the kind of movie — just watch it. Trust me and watch it.”

* * * * (4 stars)

Final thoughts:

I loved this. This is just an experience. If you like Nicolas Cage, you’ll really like this. If you like batshit crazy action movies, you’ll really like this. If you like visual films, you’ll enjoy this. It’s a hell of a movie. The best pure Cage movie in years.

* * * * (4 stars)

How close was I?: Off by a half-star.

Lizzie

January’s preview:

“Oh yeah, the lesbian Lizzie Borden movie with Kristen Stewart and Chloe Sevigny.”

3 stars.”

The review:

“Lizzie Borden movie with Chloe Sevigny and Kristen Stewart. It was whatever. I think even the cast feels this was a bit of a disappointment.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

Boring. I wish it were better so I could recommend it for the cast.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

Reversing Roe

January’s preview:

None.

The review:

“Another example of a documentary that could have been covered in 15 minutes. I’m not a documentary person, so I get what they’re going for pretty much off the bat, and the rest just feels monotonous to me.”

“If you came for in depth analysis of a documentary, you should know by now… you’re not getting it here. At this point it’s shocking that I even tolerate a documentary, let alone like one.”

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

The issue is important, but I don’t need a documentary to tell me that.

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

Armed

January’s preview:

None. Not sure why I even went to watch this, to be honest.

The review:

“I only watched this because I tracked it. But as I watched it I wondered — why did I track it?”

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

So turns out, I didn’t even track this. Now I’m an even bigger schmuck.

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

Patient Zero

January’s preview:

I left a blanket 2.5 star rating for this because it hadn’t come out for like, three years.

The review:

“Not that interesting. Goes through a lot of the standard tropes, and doesn’t get interesting until Stanley Tucci shows up, as the titular patient zero. He’s the only thing of note in this movie, which is utterly generic in every other way.”

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

I only watched this for the Tucc.

That should be a t-shirt.

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

Final Score

January’s preview:

Dave Bautista VOD movie? Okay.

2.5 stars.

The review:

“This is Die Hard in a soccer stadium starring Dave Bautista. You in yet?”

“This was way more fun than the generic VOD movie I thought I was getting.”

“It knows what it is and is just a fun Netflix kind of watch.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

Don’t expect quality filmmaking, but expect a fun 90 minute movie. I enjoyed this in a really solid way.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: Off by a half-star.

The Children Act

January’s preview:

None. But Emma Thompson and Stanley Tucci… I’m gonna see it.

The review:

“I’m not really sure what the point of this is. Maybe the book is clearer?”

“I don’t really know what we got out of this. But it was watchable, and I like Emma Thompson and Stanley Tucci. So I’m not gonna ask for much more than that. A lot of movies can’t even deliver that.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

The Tucc, Part II.

Movie’s not great, though. Maybe the book is better.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

The Land of Steady Habits

January’s preview:

3 stars.”

The review:

“Nicole Holofcener movie. She makes watchable stuff. Generally it all falls into the 3 star realm for me, but I recognize her as a good filmmaker.”

“Ben Mendelsohn is good here, and it’s probably best that she made this for Netflix, because I think more people will see this than might otherwise go to the theater to see her movies.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

It’s fine. If you like her stuff, you’ll like this. Otherwise, totally decent.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

The Angel

January’s preview:

3 stars. This guy makes 3 star movies.”

The review:

“Solid enough. Spy thriller. Didn’t do a whole lot for me but it’s definitely worth a watch.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

If you think it’ll be fine, watch it. I didn’t get much out of it, but it’s always there to be seen if you wanna.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

Life Itself

January’s preview:

“I know I’m gonna regret going this high, but 3.5 stars.”

The review:

“This movie was so maligned I wasn’t sure what I was gonna get from it. But I liked it!”

“What’s wrong with being overly sentimental? Sure, sometimes you get Collateral Beauty. But sometimes they work. This one… probably doesn’t totally work, but it’s also not a piece of shit either.”

“I think it’s perfectly fine. It’s got good moments and bad moments, like any film. It tries to tie it all together in a way that I’m not totally on board with, but I found myself mostly engaged with it, so I’m giving it a thumbs up. Sue me.”

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

I was fine with this. Not the kind of fine that will make me wanna go and watch it a bunch more, but I think this did enough to keep me engaged, even if some parts of it were slightly cringeworthy. Most people won’t like this, but I’m predisposed to stuff like this. At least up I’m front about my shit.

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

Fahrenheit 11/9

January’s preview:

None.

The review:

Maybe the best horror movie this year. Michael Moore is a lot of things, and some of those things make it difficult to listen to what he says. But he’s a damn entertaining filmmaker. And this… I’m not gonna say it’s fun as hell, because the whole reality is scary, but this is a very solid film and it’s also one of those perfect scenarios for him, where he was able to take his most famous documentary (not necessarily his best, but his most famous) and invert the title, which was the exact date we’re dealing with. But yeah, I enjoyed it. He’s a divisive guy, but his movies are always entertaining.

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

I liked it. I enjoy his documentaries because they’re fun. Most documentarians wouldn’t blame the Trump presidency on Gwen Stefani.

Maybe the Maysles.

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

Science Fair

January’s preview:

None.

The review:

“Honestly this is a Christopher Guest movie waiting to happen.”

“For me, all these kids are way smarter than I’ll ever be, and I sincerely hope they all end up doing things that cure diseases and helping society rather than being bought up by pharmaceutical companies to develop things that never see the light of day because they’re not gonna keep them in business.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

I think the two ideas expressed above perfectly capture who I am as a person.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

The House with a Clock in Its Walls

January’s preview:

“Could… could Eli Roth actually be directing a decent movie for once?”

“Let’s not get our hopes up.”

3 stars. If this can be a solid 3, then it’ll be the best thing he’s ever directed.”

The review:

“The weirdest thing about this movie is that it was directed by Eli Roth. And… it may be his best movie?”

“If you grew up with Goosebumps and things of that sort, you’ll get the tone of this pretty quickly. And it’s fun.”

“I feel like anyone around ten years old would really enjoy this. I’m glad movies like this are still getting made.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

I’m all for this movie, even though I’ve aged out of the genre in a lot of ways.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

Assassination Nation

January’s preview:

“This sounds batshit crazy.”

3 stars.”

The review:

“Completely batshit crazy movie.”

“It’s violent, non-PC, and that’s what it wants to be. I wish it did a little more and had more of a focused point. But it was mayhem. So there’s that.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

Batshit crazy about covers it.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

Colette

January’s preview:

“Stars Keira Knightley, in her return to corsets.”

3.5 stars. I generally like Keira Knightley movies, and Westmoreland’s other stuff has been solid.”

The review:

“For those who’ve seen other Wash Westmoreland films (Still Alice, The Last of Robin Hood)… it’s more of that. It’s a solid character piece for a good actor, but ultimately the actor is better than the film around them.”

“It doesn’t go anywhere particularly interesting and it doesn’t hold together like the kind of film you’d want to rally around as one of your favorites for the year. I just kinda liked it. That’s about it.”

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

Good, good-plus movie with a really good lead performance. That seems to be the kind of movies he makes.

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

The Sisters Brothers

January’s preview:

“I’m so excited for this movie.”

4 stars.”

The review:

“It was a bit weird, but I will say that I liked what I saw. It was trying not to have all the obvious western scenes, and it was all the more unique for it.”

“I’d recommend it for the cast, but I’d also say that you probably need to be a hardcore fan of the western to really love this one.”

* * * * (4 stars)

Final thoughts:

I really liked it, think it’s a nice hidden gem, but also think that unless you’re all in for the cast or the genre, this won’t be for everyone. It’s not the kind of movie I can tell everyone to watch and know it’ll go well. But still, I loved it.

* * * * (4 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

I Think We’re Alone Now

January’s preview:

3 stars. Was gonna go 3.5, but I feel like I need to go 3. Hopefully it can overcome that.”

The review:

“I kind of lost interest. Because it stopped being about the premise and was about other stuff. Ultimately wasn’t for me. Kind of spoiled an interesting hook.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

There are better movies with similar premises out there.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

Nappily Ever After

January’s preview:

None.

The review:

“It’s fine, and there are things to like about it, but overall, I just wasn’t really invested in any of it.”

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

I’d rather focus my energy on the Netflix movies I like.

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

Little Italy

January’s preview:

“Romeo and Juliet with Italians. I mean… the other Italians. Guidos?”

2.5 stars.”

The review:

“You know the story. It’s very on the nose and not great. However, I will say, moments of the romance were kinda charming on top of the broad, bad comedy.”

“The worst thing this movie does — about an hour into the movie, I’m watching, and they straight up tell you, this is Little Italy in TORONTO! It’s CANADA! It’s fucking Canada! Are you kidding me with that shit? Just because you shot there doesn’t mean you have to set it there! How you gonna have Italians not in New York?”

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

Fucking Canada?

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

Bel Canto

January’s preview:

3 stars. Should be solid.”

The review:

“It’s okay. Never particularly grabbed me, but it’s watchable. And has Julianne Moore and Ken Watanabe, which is cool.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

Meh.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

American Dresser

January’s preview:

2.5 stars.”

The review:

“Only saw this for two reasons: Tom Berenger and Keith David. I like them both and I like that they’re both still working.”

“It’s not a great movie, but I didn’t care. I will always watch a generic movie with older actors I like.”

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

Completely uninteresting in almost every way unless you’re a middle-aged man sitting on the couch and really want to see these two actors.

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

A Happening of Monumental Proportions

January’s preview:

None.

The review:

“I’ve always said I like when actors direct and will often go out of my way to see how they do. And here, she acquits herself mostly well. I think the writing is what did her in, but ultimately this is a watchable movie.”

“The entire movie is worth it for the moment near the end of the film where Keanu Reeves drags Common into a bathroom, stands there for a second and then says, ‘Okay, now pull your cock out.’ I will leave it to you to figure out the context of that statement and let you see the movie if you decide you want to know.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

Yup.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

Love, Gilda

January’s preview:

The review:

“Love the idea, love her, but I was left wanting more. Can’t explain why, but I just was.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

It’s good, but I feel it could have done better.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

Quincy

January’s preview:

None.

The review:

“Cool biopic about Quincy Jones. He’s a certified badass, and this documentary is nice, but doesn’t go near how cool he really is.”

“There’s so much stuff I wanted to hear about that this doesn’t remotely go into. But still, nice that it’s there.”

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

Wish it went into some of that other stuff, but still pretty cool on its own.

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

Jane Fonda in Five Acts

January’s preview:

None.

The review:

“It manages to give you everything you’d want and more. Highly, highly recommend this one.”

* * * * (4 stars)

Final thoughts:

Really loved this documentary. One of the best of the year and a great portrait of an incredible actress and icon.

* * * * (4 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

Night School

January’s preview:

3 stars? Maybe it’ll be okay?”

The review:

“Has Kevin Hart made a movie I liked?”

“It’s a comedy with a basic premise that does nothing interesting. I hate comedies when no one follows any basic logic.”

“None of the characters are people. Tiffany Haddish is the only character that feels like remotely a real person, which is crazy, because she’s always the one who gets to go off and riff and just be the loud person saying funny stuff.”

“Why are we slowly killing the comedy genre with bad movies?”

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

Why are we slowly killing the comedy genre with bad movies?

Let the record also show that I gave this movie a shot and thought I might actually enjoy it a little bit. So it’s not like I wanted this to fail. It just sucked on its own.

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

How close was I?: Off by a half-star.

Hell Fest

January’s preview:

The review:

“Okay, so this is the horror version of Blood Fest.”

“It’s an interesting little movie, and honestly, give me this over one of those supernatural bullshit horror movies any day.”

“I think I prefer the comedy version of this premise to this one, but this one worked for me.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

As far as horror goes, I was okay with this one. I think the premise sustained it, even if it’s not the greatest movie ever made.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

Smallfoot

January’s preview:

2.5 stars.”

“Don’t trust anything that’s not Disney, Pixar or Ghibli and doesn’t sound good.”

The review:

“Honestly the best thing to come out of this movie was the meme. Other than that, it’s an interesting set up and just a whatever movie.”

“The problem is, when it’s not Disney or Pixar, it’s just not very good.”

“This wasn’t for me at all. Meaning, I didn’t care for it, and it quite literally wasn’t made for me.”

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

That last sentence says it all.

* * ½ (2.5 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

Monsters and Men

January’s preview:

3.5 stars.”

The review:

I liked this quite a bit. Wished it added up to a little more, but the film itself was really solid. Also another movie that shows that John David Washington is gonna be a force to reckon with over the next few years.

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

Really solid movie.

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

All About Nina

January’s preview:

3.5 stars. Why not?”

The review:

I liked this. Mary Elizabeth Winstead is the queen of making these indie movies where I always come out going, “That was good, but she was great.” And, surprise, this is no different. Standup comedy is a tough genre to capture on film, because usually either the comedy itself is never any good (because the actor either isn’t great at delivering it, or because the jokes just aren’t very good. Sometimes both). But here, it didn’t feel too embarrassing, and fortunately the actual standup isn’t a huge part of the film. That is, some of the standup bits, while very major moments within the narrative, are meant to not be funny. (Also, a bit is just impressions, since a subplot involves people trying to get on this movie’s version of SNL.) But Mary Elizabeth Winstead really makes this overcome a lot of the elements that I just wasn’t a fan of (the almost paper-thin comparisons of NY vs. LA, etc). It has a lot of standup film elements, but her performance carries this through. It’s a flawed film, but it’s a great central performance.

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

I liked the film, really liked the central performance. So 3-star film bumped up because of Mary Elizabeth Winstead.

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

Free Solo

January’s preview:

The review:

“It’s nuts. The views are great alone, but it’s a portrait of this guy (and all climbers, really), who just needs to do this.”

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

Motherfucker climbed a mountain without safety harnesses.

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

Cruise

January’s preview:

3 stars.

The review:

“It started off interesting, but then it went off into a weird place for the third act.”

“I’d call this more worthwhile than people think. Let’s go with that.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

I’d further that last sentence by saying… because you think it’s dog shit. It’s worthwhile in the sense of, you can watch it and it’ll be fine, but it’s not great by any stretch. Temper expectations.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

The Padre

January’s preview:

None. VOD movie with an interesting cast that came out of nowhere.

The review:

“Generic crime movie with people I like.”

* * * (3 stars)

Final thoughts:

Just because I’ll always watch something like this doesn’t mean you have to.

* * * (3 stars)

How close was I?: N/A

Hold the Dark

January’s preview:

4 stars. It’s Saulnier. He’s earned my trust.”

The review:

“It looks gorgeous. But it’s a movie about people fighting wolves, and it may have a bit of a supernatural element to it?”

“I’m not really sure what this is going for, and I’m disappointed in it if only because he’s raised my expectations for his output so high that when I’m left with something pretty good that I didn’t quite get, it feels like he could have done better.”

“It’s a perfectly fine film, but I don’t think this nearly captures what he was able to in his first two movies.”

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

Final thoughts:

I’m not diminished on him as a filmmaker but this does feel like a disappointment for him.

* * * ½ (3.5 stars)

How close was I?: Off by a half-star.

The Old Man and the Gun

January’s preview:

“No reason to think I can’t get 4 stars out of this.”

The review:

“David Lowery finally made a movie I really like.”

“If this is Redford’s last film (and he says it is), it’s a great send off for one of the greatest legends in the history of cinema.”

* * * * (4 stars)

Final thoughts:

Loved this. It doesn’t take the path you’d expect it to take, which I was a huge fan of. A fitting send-off for Redford, if it is indeed his send-off.

* * * * (4 stars)

How close was I?: Exact.

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