Marshall Fine: Movie Review: The Way

Marshall Fine: Movie Review: The Way

Paris : France | Oct 06, 2011 at 5:09 AM PDT
Source: The Huffington Post
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Old-fashioned and predictable, there's still something moving and even uplifting about Emilio Estevez's film, The Way . Part of it is the performance by his father, Martin Sheen, in the film's central role...He just lets a story unfold without forcing his characters to explain what they're thinking... FULL ARTICLE AT The Huffington Post
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