San Antonio, TX, United States
If you have the capability, listen at double speed. I read a lot of the comments before downloading and was hesitant. I felt like Casey Affleck's pace was too slow to keep me interested long enough. At double speed (on iPhone it is faster but not pitched higher) I hardly noticed it was double speed.
Again, at double speed, it was better than not. However, I remember enjoying Bringing Down the House a bit more.
Pace too slow.
Remind me to keep a close eye on my college-bound son.
I was a bit disappointed in the end - not only with the primary conflict ending (not spoiling), but with the fact that there was no resolution as to what happened to the main characters going forward.
He had a very wide range of characters he had to portray - men, women, old, young - thought he did a great job. May have been a little slow, but that may be more my particular taste. I played it most of the time at 1.5x speed.
Julia, the newspaper reporter - she seemed pretty tough and wouldn't back down from anybody. Plus, if I lived in that town, I'd want to know what she knows.
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