Let Him Go Reviews



  • Let Him Go
    • Genre : Drama, Thriller
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    • Studio : Focus Features
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  • Kevin Costner & Diane Lane deliver strong performances in powerful and riveting thriller; A white-knuckle, suspense-laden, slow-burning drama that offers ripe opportunity for both perfectly cast veterans to shine
    4 of 5 by Pete Hammond [Deadline ]
  • as a farm couple out to rescue their grandson, the two actors give it their all in a genre film that fuses suspense with honest emotion; "Let Him Go" isn't subtle, but as a genre film it's original and shrewdly made, with a floridly gripping suspense
    by Owen Gleiberman [Variety ]
  • a taut 1950s-era story combines with the strong chemistry between stars Diane Lane and Kevin Costner to create an electrifying, powerful, and haunting cinematic experience. This is one of the very best adult dramas in years. "Let Him Go" is a masterpiece
    4 of 4 by Mike McGranaghan [Aisle Seat ]
  • a skilfully executed thriller; While the film is far from perfect, "Let Him Go" is still a rock-solid excursion into violent Americana, powered by a truly great pairing of Hollywood personas
    3 of 4 by Barry Hertz [The Globe and Mail ]
  • a heartfelt, handsomely made but unconvincing tonal mash-up, Thomas Bezucha's Let Him Go begins as a family drama embodying the no-nonsense smarts of its early-'60s heartland setting before veering into wild Gothic menace and ill-advised vigilantism
    by John DeFore [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • "Let Him Go" is a worthy B movie, with one fabulous performance; "Let Him Go" is a swift entertainment, claustrophobic and anxious in its depiction of an impossible, frustrating situation, and satisfying in its gnarly climax
    by Richard Lawson [Vanity Fair ]
  • "Let Him Go" aspires to feel like a born-again Western - and thoroughly understands what that entails on an intellectual level - but Bezucha isn't always able to wrap his mind around how they work
    Review rate : C by David Ehrlich [IndieWire ]

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