Paul Newman earned an Oscar nomination plus Best Actor honors from the National Society of Film Critics and New York Film Critics Circle for his portrayal of Sully, a like-able working stiff who’s made a lifetime of bad decisions. But he unexpectedly has a chance to make right on some of them when his estranged son - and grandson - drop into his life. (Via Vision Entertainment)


Videos (1)


Reviews (1)


all reviews of this user

English Paul Newman manages to sell every line, because he was, is, and will always be the greatest dude. Otherwise the film just kind of flows along languidly, with emotions gliding ever so lightly over the surface in a story could be told in two lines, and if you happened to step away for a few minutes while watching it, you would not miss anything crucial. Basically, a classic late Benton. ()

Gallery (38)