The two stars...[Casey Affleck and Matt Damon]...both playing characters named Gerry, wander across the desert for some reason, and if you enjoy watching them on any pretext, you'll probably enjoy this; if you don't, you won't.
This adaptation of Thompson's 1952 novel about a cunning, psychotic sheriff's deputy in a small Texas town locates the killer inside him and immerses us in the cold calculation and horrible logic that pull him from one murder to the next.
Hits a new low in condescending facetiousness, with no fewer than 15 performers of varying talents, tongues firmly in cheeks, undercutting all the genre's action conventions while camping up a storm on two continents.
I've started collecting Blu-Ray Movies and I must say that it seems that all Live-action movies (movies that are not animated or created by a computer) seem to have aritifacts recorded on them. This was one of the worst quality movies, its sharper than DVD, but I still see the artifacts on the screen. Bein far away you see no problem but when you get up close, you'll notice that Blu-Ray isn't much different than DVD. Blu-Ray just has 5x more memory.