A Walk Among The Tombstones Review: The film is a taut, gritty and overall stylish thriller
Matt Scudder is a former cop now a private eye. He is asked by a drug dealer to find the men who kidnapped his wife. It seems like they killed her even after he paid them.
Scudder refuses. But the man later goes to see him and tells him how his wife was killed. Scudder takes the job. He does some research and thinks the men he is looking for have done this more than once. And that everyone they grabbed is connected to a drug dealer. He was about to give up when they grab another girl and Scudder tries make sure she’s returned alive.
A Walk Among The Tombstones (Cuoc San Sinh Tu) is a taut, gritty and overall stylish thriller, that is a rare brilliance in book to film adaptations.
Liam Neeson plays a detective who gets a case to find out the killers of the client’s wife, but slowly gets tangled with much more than he expected.
The film (phim hanh dong 2021) is very well directed and written, Director Scott Frank did an awesome job with this feature and I want to see it 20 times more. AWATT is a gritty, awesome and excellent thriller that deserves a watch, even if it’s for Liam Neeson.