Jimmy Conlon (Liam Nesson), once know as the
called The Gravedigger, has seen better days and he is haunted by the sins of
his past that he did in the service of his longtime best friend, mob boss Shawn
Maguire (Ed Harris). When Jimmy kills
someone to save the live of his estranged son Michael (Joel Kinnaman), Jimmy finds
that he and his son have become Shawn’s targets and they must run to keep ahead
of the people sent to kill them and the police detective (Vincent D’Onofrio)
who has been trying to nail Jimmy for all the murders he committed.
NIGHT is a great combo of great action pacing and a great cast. The only fault
with it is the way they tell
the story and how the plot is constructed.
It moves along like you are running all night with the absent father and
his estranged son as Ed Harris does things out of grief (even though Jimmy was
right in protecting Michael).
SHOOT ALL NIGHT-
promotional making-of featurette that goes behind-the-scenes
LIAM NESSON: ACTION ALL
NIGHT- Liam talks about action movies and working with his stunt double in
addition seeing director Jaume Collet-Serra like a brother.
Also included on the disc are four deleted scenes
ALL NIGHT is a fast paced thriller with a
great cast and well shot action even though I could have done without the
flashback structure and the digital New York City
maps to show where everything is happening
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David Blackwell and cannot be reprinted without permission. Send all comments
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