The Hollow Point | Western Movie | KT Review

A dark gritty modern western with balls

The Hollow Point stars Ian McShane (American Gods, John Wick), Patrick Wilson (Insidious, The Conjuring), Lynn Collins (True Blood, X-Men Origins; Wolverine), John Leguizamo (John Wick, American Ultra), and Jim Belushi (The Ghost, K-9).

When a traffic stop goes bad the Sheriff is forced to retire and his replacement soon arrives. But it isn’t long before the retired sheriff is brought back in to help deal with the towns gun running problem. And the hit-man who only has a couple more to cross off his list. Things don’t go entirely to plan but that doesn’t stop these two lawmen from doggedly trying to make their town safe again. 

Love that the retired Sheriff (Ian McShane) comments about The Boogyman 🙂 This was a good movie, violent, didn’t over do the blood and gore but didn’t shy away from it either. It had it’s complexities and a pleasing gritty darkness that just kept me wanting more. I felt like I was always waiting for something and never quite sure what it was but unlike other films that do this and never reward you. This one gave you what you were waiting for and more.

Highly recommend this movie. Great performances and a great story. Definitely one of my favourites this year.

 

The Hollow Point

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The Hollow Point Review Conclusion

I’ll definitely be watching it again – The Hollow Point was brilliant. A modern western but a western all the same. Gritty, dirty, bloody, and raw. It will definitely be one I watch again.

5 stars 

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