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Easy Money is not merely an early-career curiosity. It's one of the best underworld films I've seen in years, and Kinnaman gives a fantastic performance in it. Read full review
An English-language remake is in the works, but why wait for the Hollywood knockoff? Easy Money is the real thing: a great gangster pic.
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One of the most involving of the many first-rate thrillers that have come recently from Scandinavia. Read full review
The story and cinematography are gritty, but the portraits of these characters are impressively human. Read full review
What really distinguishes it from any number of drug-escapade stories is the unusual and welcome sense of Dostoyevskian moral gravity of the narrative. Read full review
So sobering an example of why crime doesn't pay that it could be shown to petty drug thugs to scare them straight. Read full review
In some ways Easy Money recalls Steven Soderbergh's "Traffic." They have drug dealing in common, of course, but also a sense of constant swirl and density of onscreen population. Read full review
A class-conscious Scandinavian crime film whose impact is dulled by some extraneous subplots, Daniél Espinosa's Easy Money nevertheless makes a solid vehicle for Joel Kinnaman. Read full review
JW is played brilliantly by Joel Kinnaman, who is familiar to American audiences of "The Killing" on AMC. Read full review
Gritty visuals and a strong central performance elevate the routine crime story at the heart of Sweden's Easy Money, a sort of mash-up of "Goodfellas" and "The Great Gatsby."
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