Knocked out another Philip Seymour Hoffman project last night. Doubt.
In a film starring he, Meryl Streep and Amy Adams (who were all wonderful - no ****, right?), Viola Davis stole the show with one scene.
Pretty straightforward flick. Totally dialogue-driven, but it even moved along faster than its reasonable 104-minute runtime. Full of nuanced performances.
I would never watch it again, but it's worth one, because look at the names.
Edited by Kevin Cleveland - 3/7/14 at 6:51pm