[Review] ‘Tone-Deaf’ from Richard Bates gives Robert Patrick the performance of his career

Tone-Deaf from Richard Bates gives Robert Patrick the performance of his career as an ultra creepy and satisfying commanding presence since his Terminator 2 days. I recently was able to view Tone-Deaf thanks to Saban Films and Boy was it a roller coaster of a thrill ride. The suspense never lets up in this feature which would be a great double billing with Gran Torino just an old man vs millennials Brittany Snow shines in this film where she spades in Silicon Valley she’s amazing here and never lets up as she’s pent against Robert Patricks character. Richard Bates beautifully directs this thriller in a captivating scale on epic proportions. It’s surreal what he does with what is clearly a two person show in some cases are really hard to pull off(example “Mine) and some can be glorious like “Gerry”. The pacing is fine here I had no problems on checking how much time was left on the movie like I do with some.

Synopsis:

After a string of bad relationships and work failures, Olive leaves for a weekend in the country, only to discover the shocking dark underbelly of rural America.

Final grade:


5/5 stars

Article written by Aaron Friar

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