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Trailer: Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk

This has a chance of being great. Ang Lee, yo. And it hits the right points about what's wrong with America (war as spectator sport, PR, not owning who/what you are), and maybe what's right. I just hope it doesn't hit them too hard, or misses for political/financial reasons. Great title, too. 

Shocking seeing Vin Diesel in this, but he was in “Saving Private Ryan” before he turned himself into a cartoon. Kid (Joe Alwyn) looks about perfect. And when is Garrett Hedlund going to be a star? I thought that would've happened already. 

Here's an excerpt from the New York Times review of the Ben Fountain novel on which the movie is based:

All this unfolds amid the constant attention of the public. Left to themselves, the Bravos act like a bunch of street-­corner pervs who snap into politeness when required. Events are complicated by the halftime fireworks, which risk setting off P.T.S.D. flashbacks among the soldiers, who, if provoked, are primed to respond as a pack.

November.

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Posted at 07:57 AM on Fri. May 13, 2016 in category Trailers  

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