City By The Sea

Inexplicably coolly reviewed, this Michael Caton-Jones thriller boasts Robert De Niro's best performance in years. As a New York detective estranged from his son, he's distraught when his boy (James Franco) is prime suspect in a case he's breaking. Frances McDormand's excellent as Bob's girlfriend; Long island is a lost Atlantis. A fine film. DVD EXTRAS: Commentaries by writer and producer, Caton-Jones short Mark Of A Murderer.

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Inexplicably coolly reviewed, this Michael Caton-Jones thriller boasts Robert De Niro’s best performance in years. As a New York detective estranged from his son, he’s distraught when his boy (James Franco) is prime suspect in a case he’s breaking. Frances McDormand’s excellent as Bob’s girlfriend; Long island is a lost Atlantis. A fine film.

DVD EXTRAS: Commentaries by writer and producer, Caton-Jones short Mark Of A Murderer.Rating Star

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