Review: LEGEND Is A Story As True As Its Performances
|“Believe me when I say, it took a lot of love for me to hate him the way I do.” – Frances Shea|
|As if Ed Zwick needed a precedent for giving us Nathan Algren, the alcoholic American who out-Samurais the Samurai after a few months of training.|
|Paul Bettany, after the magic of some bitchin’ make-up!|
“The center of the world could be anywhere you like. Even here, in the East End of London. The world is quite like London. It’s not good, it’s not bad, it just is. There’s no morality or dishonor, just your own lonely code. Until your race is run. Until the end. Until we’re all just ghosts of the people we once thought we were.”....Damn. I wasn’t expecting to agree. And much less, wasn’t expecting it to hurt with the kind of ‘good pain’ that jolts one when in the presence of epiphany.
Khalil Barnett is a martial arts practioner living in Florida, and is also a filmmaker, writer, producer and actor starring in the independent action drama series, The Way, and co-creator of upcoming indie action short, Santos. Visit the official Facebook page for more info.