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Seen on: 01/05/2017

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Dog Eat Dog (2016)

Directed by Paul Schrader

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Overview

Carved from a lifetime of experience that runs the gamut from incarceration to liberation, Dog Eat Dog is the story of three men who are all out of prison and now have the task of adapting themselves to civilian life.

Rated R | Length 93 minutes

Actors

Paul Schrader | Nicolas Cage | Willem Dafoe | Reynaldo Gallegos | Omar J. Dorsey | John Patrick Jordan | Louisa Krause | Nicky Whelan | Magi Avila | John W. Iwanonkiw | Jessica Sonneborn | Tevis R. Marcum | Rod Fielder | Christopher Matthew Cook | Jack Norman | Richard Fike | Melissa Bolona | Eric Frank | Louis Perez | Chelsea Mee | Joe Fishel | Megan Brautigam | Mark Salas | Johanna McGinley | Benjamin Donlow | Logan Fry | Tora Kim | Lauren Ashley Berry | Ali Wasdovich | Theresa Wylie | Susan Cashdollar | Joe Gallipoli | Shawn Mattox | Robert Maples | Steve Mayberry | Ali Amin Carter | Todd Emmett | De'Andre Bush | Jonathan Gaietto | Bruce Reizen | Phillip Shaun DeVone | Melissa Rae Bender | Jay J. Bidwell | Christopher Butler | Peter Chiamardas | Lou Consolo | Jessica Daley | Donavan Darius | David Downie | Rick Fike Jr. | David Gragg | Jeff Hilliard | Gary Jones | Edward Pfeifer | Whitney Romito-Mason | Allen Roth | David Spencer | Michael Vehar | Chelcie Lynn | Cheryl L. Sorice | Leilani Barrett | Monisha B. Schwartz | Moussa Hachem | Keith Hernandez | Michael Wisniewski | Charles Dean Stead | Carl Mintz | James Seward | Audrey Morgan | Heather Chadwell | Destiny C. Cole | Jennifer Mary Stanaltis | Cimone Drupman | Gina R. Demczyk | Shieda Orr | Karla Scime | Basil Crimaldi | Jake Ingrassia | Kristina Randjelovic | Shane Brewer | Sean Manos | Courtney Ann Sivinsky Benson | Joel Bauschatz | Adam M. Miele | Christian Miranda | Joseph H Coxon

Viewing Notes

One I missed at FantasticFest in 2016 so I was happy to catch up with it on Netflix even if I thought it was disappointing. The tone and the plot were incoherent at times. There were some moments of brilliance, especially Willem Defoe’s performance, but Cage’s Edward G. Robinson impersonation was silly and misplaced.

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