An earnest, thoughtful, surprisingly well-written (given the number of writers who worked on it) drama about guilt and betrayal that features excellent performances by Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt and dares to defy the juvenile wham bam thank you
aesthetics that have turned mainstream action pictures into feature-length video games. If only it didn't feel quite so good for you. IRA foot soldier Frankie McGuire (Pitt) is sent to New York with a false name, Rory Devaney, and a mad mission to buy Stinger missiles. He's placed with
the family of cop Tom O'Meara (Ford), whose Irishness doesn't extend much beyond an appreciation of Guinness, corned beef and s...