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Blood and Money review – grizzled wilderness thriller

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Tom Berenger is great as a Vietnam veteran hunting in the snowy forests of Maine who finds more than he bargained for Cinematographer-turned-director John Barr serves up a generic thriller: the title lets you know that what you’ve got on the label is what you’ve got in the can. It’s a by-the-numbers pictures in some ways, with a stolen bag of loot that could put you in mind of Sam Raimi’s A Simple Plan. Derivative it might be, but it’s also pretty watchable, thanks to a leading turn from Tom Berenger as Jim, a Vietnam veteran – lonely, ageing, ailing – who now lives in his RV, and hunts deer in the snowy forested wilderness of Allagash in northern Maine, sometimes without the proper permits.
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