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Plot: The great hunter Buck Ferguson (Josh Brolin) and his trusted cameraman Don (Danny McBride) set out for an epic weekend adventure to reconnect with Buck's young son (Montana Jordan). Runtime: 83 min Release Date: 06 Jul 2018
Fantastic movie. It really captures how stupid people are who think "hunting" is some noble "sport". Danny McBride is amazing, as always. The fact that people spend so much money and time devoted to killing beautiful creatures on our planet is laughable and this movie truly captures how completely egotistical it all is. Just like NASCAR, its completely pointless. Great movie and a real feel good romp!! If you have spent your entire life in the closet and lost a marriage because of it, you will truly relate with this movie! You can watch it while you clean out your 12 gauge <more>
right before you blow your brains out! And once again, Danny McBride stole the show. The kid was pretty good too. Definitely keeping this one on my watch list!
I and my family LOVE this flick!! We become more impressed with Josh Brokin with every picture he does. The support cast was excellent and the story was entertaining. We laughed all the way through it! We all want to buy it, but can't find it. With my copy and 4 adult kids, that's 5 Blue Ray! Get it out there, Please. My 10 year old sportsman grandson loved it too!
Like a home movie of my husbands family. (by mcfadyen-katie)
For the wife of a North Carolina hunting/fire arms/four-wheeler enthusiast, and the mother of a less than enthusiastic pre-teen child, this was a funny and true to life movie. It may have lacked certain cinematic criteria for those untouched by the subtle nuances and fragility of Carolina mountain men, but for me it was just right. Much like the white tail deer, the emotions of a camouflage clad man only appear at a distance and for a short time, but when they do, it is an awesome thing to behold and all you want to do is, shoot em, stuff em, and hang em on your wall so you can say <more>
"Look! They do exist! I saw it with my own eyes and put it on display for all to see." I digress. This movie is so fitting for those represented by it's characters. Just funny enough, just true enough, and beautifully familiar scenery to boot.
Smart humor that does not try to hard to be funny!
Better The Reviews Say (by icecolddn)
If you thinking to not watch this off reviews alone that would be a mistake. I'm not sure if it's meant to be funny or not but it has funny moments but I definitely enjoyed the endearing qualities it possessed with timely music. I'm not saying it's must see but this definitely isn't one to keep passing by. Take it from a guy who's been having it on my Netflix watchlist for well over six months now or so.
Suprising (by slapshotgoon)
I thought the movie was quite good. If your looking for an action packed movie look elsewhere. A father son bonding type movie in a hunting setting. The layout is actually pretty true to a hunting type predicament. A dad tries to reconnect with his son and show him the beuty of the natural world, and what he does for a living, while the son doesn't really want any of it but tries at some points. Danny McBride played a good, sometimes vulgar but, not over the top comedic relief. At some points in the film the acting feels forced, but when you look at the whole of the movie, it actually <more>
would be that way in real life because of the situation the characters are in. Ex alcoholic dad who is never there trying to reconnect with his son. All in all it's a good coming of age, father/son bonding, nature vs. technology type movie. It's also a great movie for a hunter especially slightly older one. They will say it hits the nail on the head.
Jody Hill and David Gordon Green... (by stephenborland)
Every single chance they have to be predictable they surprise you. I swear, every single time I think I know exactly how a scene is going to play out, they manage to go in a direction I didn't even remotely expect. They are genius writers. Case in point, when Buck is lining up his shot for the elusive buck they've been tracking...I figured he would pull back and they would share some superficial moment about the value of life...etc. But no! The blood on the shoes even! What a perfectly executed scene. The same can be said about Eastbound when Kenny bats for Ashley Schaeffer and the <more>
eye! Who the hell saw that coming??? I will always stand by Hill and Green. They cannot do wrong.
I find offense to the character's personal beliefs, but not to the film itself. (by Hellmant)
'THE LEGACY OF A WHITETAIL DEER HUNTER': Four Stars Out of Five A comedy about a hunter, and his loyal cameraman, who spend a weekend wilderness trip together trying to reconnect with the hunter's son. It stars Josh Brolin, Danny McBride, Montana Jordan, Carrie Coon and Scoot McNairy. The film was directed by Jody Hill who previously teamed with McBride on the 2006 comedy feature 'THE FOOT FIST WAY', and the comedy TV series 'EASTBOUND & DOWN' , and it was written by Hill, McBride and John Carcieri. The movie has received mostly positive reviews from critics, <more>
and it was released by Netflix through it's streaming site. I hated the hunting aspects of the film which are a lot of it , but I do think it's a very funny and well made movie though. Buck Ferguson Brolin is a successful deer hunter, who's made a living selling videos of his kills. Jaden Jordan is his estranged young son, who Buck wants to reconnect with by teaching him how to hunt. So the two set out on a weekend hunting trip together, along with Buck's loyal cameraman, Don McBride . Don and Buck try to create a hit video from their experience, while Buck also desperately tries to grow closer to his son again. The movie is hilarious, I'll give it that definitely, and Brolin and McBride are both excellent in their roles. The macho hunting shit though, is completely offensive and obscene. Hunters do still exist in this world though, and a movie of course never has to deny reality in order to gain my respect. It's a story about a traditional hunter and his son, so I find offense to the character's personal beliefs, but not to the film itself. Like I said, the movie is really funny too, and it's definitely worth seeing for that reason I'd say.