I was looking foward to the crossover movie of Joaquin Phoenix and Jake Gyllenhaal where they prove to not just be the same person this whole time, and i would be lying if I said it didn't deliver in that regard. But this movie... was just okay. The performances all around were stellar, with Gyllenhaal and Joaquin completely getting lost in their roles. John C. Riley was good... half of the time, the other half was just Steve Brule in a cowboy hat. Throughout the movie i just kept thinking to myself, "so when are we gonna start wrapping up?" That's not a good sign. Don't get me wrong - where this movie goes and each scene in of itself is pretty good, the film just lacks real momentum. The film doesn't really go anywhere, which would be fine if there was a central theme for the spiraling story. But The ending was kinda poop, so that doesn't help.I enjoyed watching it and the directions it took, but it never felt complete to me. Everything about this movie (except the exceptional performances) were just fine. Go see if you want an enjoyable and unpredictable western with good performances, but if you're hoping for this movie to prove itself as a treasure of cinema, you'll be sadly mistaken.6/10
The Sisters Brothers (2018) 720p YIFY Movie
The Sisters Brothers (2018)
The Sisters Brothers is a movie starring John C. Reilly, Joaquin Phoenix, and Jake Gyllenhaal. In 1850s Oregon, a gold prospector is chased by the infamous duo of assassins, the Sisters brothers.
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The Synopsis for The Sisters Brothers (2018) 720p
Based on Patrick DeWitt's novel, The Sisters Brothers revolves around the colourfully named gold prospector Hermann Kermit Warm, who's being pursued across 1000 miles of 1850s Oregon desert to San Francisco by the notorious assassins Eli and Charlie Sisters. Except Eli is having a personal crisis and beginning to doubt the longevity of his chosen career. And Hermann might have a better offer.
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The Reviews for The Sisters Brothers (2018) 720p
Phoenix and Gyllenhaal on the same screen!.... for this?Reviewed byfuzzahproductionsVote: 6/10
This masterpiece of soul will be nominated for best picture, and if it doesn't win, it should. Hardly a comedy, it's as serious as a heart attack, as beautiful as a painting, as real and gritty as life, and as profoundly, mysteriously human as the dreams and longings of the heart. It's what we find when we bother to look under the hood to see what makes people tick.
Rich in allegory and metaphor that gently reveal and never intrude, it starts off slow, low and grim, allowing little chance to care at first but dropping crumbs that begin to draw you in before you realize what's happening. All the glamour of gunfighting is gone and what's left is what it is - brutal, loud, smoky and messy.
Firmly rooted in a background only glimpsed is a criminal underworld that existed then as it does now, driven by greed, rivalry and vendettas and upon which the fates of four damaged, lost, but ultimately fascinating characters are woven, and against which they each in their own way come to make a stand.
Free from stifling stereotypes of good guys and bad guys while dripping with diverse authenticity, this experience takes you there like few others.Watching it I evolved, from disappointed to interested to captivated to stunned. What a magnificent voyage.
Wife and I had a chance to see this movie or go see Bad Times at the El Royale, ultimately deciding to go with this as our second feature. I watched the trailer with anticipation of 'Brother Where art thou' vibe but ended up with something completely different. After 40 minutes of pacing issues and a bare bone plot with no direction we ended up seeking a refund. This cast is too good to be wasted on something like this.