• Released
  • December 4, 2013
  • (12/4 Limited, 12/6 Wide)
  • R , 1 hr 56 min
  • Drama


By mrobmink
Written December 09, 2013
Very Nice Cast of Characters and riveting story with a flat "assumption" ending. Woody Harelson is his terrific bad character, Forest Whittaker stuble, Zoe Saldana easy on the eyes as is her hot love interest Christian Bale.
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good movie

By jr2224
Written December 09, 2013
i saw Out of the Furnace in theaters, it's a good movie, and the cast did a good job. The grade i give this movie is an B-
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A train wreck with a deceptive trailer

By laurasimonsulzer
Written December 08, 2013
So bad, I have no words. A pity for the actors (casting is great) who play in that endless nonsense. The travel into the American misery is well described, but it should not take 2 hours. No action, just watching Christian Bayle doing nothing. Sorry. But don't lose your time and money
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out of the furnace

By johnhayman09
Written December 15, 2013
A great cast, superbly acted. However, the movie was a "downer", as it was a depressing movie where everyone lost everything. Sort of a modern-day B Western except the good guy loses too.
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A must see for all

By jkfelder12617
Written December 16, 2013
I have been excited to see this movie since I first saw the trailers. The cast alone is worthy enough to warrant attention to this movie and they do not fail to deliver. For those of you expecting continuous violence and action, I caution you that this movie is more visceral than that. This movie encompasses the despair and desperation that some of our returning soldiers are faced with, the emptiness and sense of helplessness. Christian Bale provides a quiet yet powerful depiction of the love an older brother has for his little brother. The artistic blending of scenery and dialogue, as well as the well thought out emotional bonds that the directors make the viewers feel is a lost art in todays cinema. I highly recommend this movie, it is well worth the watch.
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