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Road to Perdition

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Upon witnessing a criminal work that done by his father, Michael, the oldest son of Sullivan, a kind man who has been taken by a gang boss named John Rooney, who treats him well as an orphan, struggles against saving his family from the dangerous gang and puts an end for these terrible attack on his family.
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Peter Canavese
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August 02, 2010

The top-billed actors deliver: Hanks with his resonant reserve and Newman in conveying Rooney's failed attempt to live up to his self-image as the ultimate just and loving patriarch. [Blu-ray]
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Stuart Klawans
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July 21, 2015

Very little of Road to Perdition lingers, except for a feeling that you've been carried along.
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Joe Morgenstern
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April 14, 2013

What makes the movie pay off is moving pictures of real action and of intimate scenes between man and boy that are all the more moving for being understated.
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John J. Puccio
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July 28, 2010

...something more than the sum of its parts; namely, a gripping, touching, entertaining motion picture.
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Todd McCarthy

August 08, 2008

While crisply edited and unindulgent, Mendes' work is gratifyingly old-school in its rejection of modern-day stylistic agitation, the better to achieve a slow but inexorable build to its climax.
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Alberto Abuín
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February 28, 2017

Gangsters. Parents. Children. Honor. 'Road to Perdition' is all this and more, perhaps too perfect or too calculated, but with great cinema in it. [Full review in Spanish]
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Mike Clark
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April 14, 2013

So is Perdition still a must-see? No question. But it's tough to fuss about it much when a picture is this fussy.
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Brian Gibson
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February 07, 2014

Crisply, starchily self-conscious in its efforts to be a gangster epic. A pretty-enough remote place, with its rain and snow and fedoras and trenchcoats, but it's still a long way from Boardwalk Empire and Miller's Crossing.
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Jonathan Rosenbaum
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April 17, 2007

Sam Mendes's 2002 follow-up to American Beauty finds him every bit as adept, arty, and Oscar hungry.
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Nell Minow

December 29, 2010

Powerful, beautiful film; ok for mature teens.
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David Denby

April 14, 2013

Visually, the picture is all of a piece, but it's a self-conscious piece of work -- all dark-toned academic classicism.
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Geoff Andrew
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February 09, 2006

Ploughing a furrowed brow, Hanks is fatally miscast -- except that the story turns so sentimental and bathetic, he's actually in his element.
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