Hell or High Water Synopsis
“Hell Or High Water” is a modern action drama set in West Texas where the distinction between honest men and outlaws has blurred beyond recognition.
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Movie Reviews

Hell Or High Water

By aimforhome
I haven't truly enjoyed a movie this much in some time. I fell so deeply into it that it was hard stepping back into my life. Just one of those that I'll be recommending to everyone, forever....

Excellent drama and performance

By bhill227jr
Each character had their own persona through out the film. The story line was great it wasn't a drama, western cowboy action flick but a reality of the Texas south even with all its oil riches...

Hell or High Water

By dmachos757
Great acting, showing real west Texas country and life styles. Loved the music score. The movie moves at a slow laidback pace which perfectly depicts the way of life. I enjoyed the moments when the...


By Jakekolbus200

Great Movie

By deniseantoon
It was a simple story with great actors....


By Offbeelay
This gritty movie wil resonate with many viewers who lived through the housing crisis, have had a family member taken advantage of, or have lived in or are fans of Texas. I really enjoyed how the...

I was falling asleep...the trailer fooled me

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By sheilaroth
Not since Heat (Pacino, DeNiro, Kilmer) has a "good guy versus bad guy" movie had you rooting for both sides of such an elegantly shot and authentically acted film about justice and loyalty. Hell or...

My choice for Oscar so far

By gothaminkslinger
It could've been a straight cops and robbers story, but it isn't. In the vein of "No Country for Old Men" the film is an original take, with surprising twists on an old formula. Biting social...

What Movies Should Be

By Z-Dango
Great cast. Great story. Great cinematography. All around must see for good entertainment....

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Rated R | For Some strong violence, language throughout and brief sexuality.
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Excellent, relevant crime drama has language, violence.
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