As an ailing Western actor suddenly facing is own mortality, the value of his life and how he has lived it, Sam Elliott not only excels but also has the role of his nearly half-century career. The Hero is one of those movies that creeps up on you as it goes along and by its conclusion has knocked you out with an emotional punch that makes this one a keeper. Read the rest of the review here.
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