Two Ways to Go West – Drama
Category – Movie
Content – Three childhood friends get together for a bachelor party, but the past and betrayal quickly rears it’s ugly head. Each man has their own issues and convictions in life, and it’s hard to tell if they will come together in the end. This movie is an emotional roller coaster ride of addiction, adultery and disloyalty. And not only between the three men, but there is a woman involved as well. While this movie has its very intense moments, it also has some real lows. And the key is “There are two ways to west” – meaning there is always choices and options in the direction you want to go, physically and mentally. This scores a 5 out of 10.
Acting – The guts of the film are the three men played by James Liddell, Drew Kenney and Paul Gennaro. The ensemble of these actors is good, they might have played a little more off of each other to reach higher emotions. Extreme dramatic films need highly dramatic actors and I think they fell a little short here. However, they still do a good job. Score is 6 out of 10.
Duration – 1 hr 18 min. That is pretty fast timing for a drama. I’m not sure if they ran out of content or what happened? This gets a 6 out of 10.
TOTAL INDEX for 21 Bridges – 17 out of 30
Recommended Watch – It is definitely a one time watch if you want to give it a go.