The Devil All the Time


The Devil All the Time

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813 (7.4/10)

ランタイム: 138 分

発売日 2020-09-11

ウェブサイト: Link

制作会社:

  • Nine Stories Productions
  • BorderLine Films
  • Bronx Moving Co.

生産の国:

  • United States of America

ジャンル:

  • 犯罪
  • ドラマ
  • スリラー

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さらに詳しい情報

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Tom Holland
Tom Holland
Willard Russell
Bill Skarsgård
Bill Skarsgård
Sandy Henderson
Riley Keough
Riley Keough
Carl Henderson
Jason Clarke
Jason Clarke
Deputy Lee Bodecker
Sebastian Stan
Sebastian Stan
Charlotte Russell
Haley Bennett
Haley Bennett
Roy Laferty
Harry Melling
Harry Melling
Lenora Laferty
Eliza Scanlen
Eliza Scanlen
Helen Hatton
Mia Wasikowska
Mia Wasikowska
Reverend Preston Teagardin
Robert Pattinson
Robert Pattinson
Leroy Brown
Douglas Hodge
Douglas Hodge
Emma
Kristin Griffith
Kristin Griffith
Theodore
Pokey LaFarge
Pokey LaFarge
Narrator (voice)
Donald Ray Pollock
Donald Ray Pollock
Arvin At 9
Michael Banks Repeta
Michael Banks Repeta
Baby Arvin
Emilio Subercaseaux Campos
Emilio Subercaseaux Campos
Earskell
David Atkinson
David Atkinson
Poacher #1
Matthew Vaughn
Matthew Vaughn
Poacher #2
Billy Joe Bradshaw
Billy Joe Bradshaw
BoBo McDaniels
Gregory Kelly
Gregory Kelly
Henry Dunlap
David Maldonado
David Maldonado
Hank
Mark Jeffrey Miller
Mark Jeffrey Miller
Marine #1
Ryan Anthony Williams
Ryan Anthony Williams
Bus Driver
Wes Robinson
Wes Robinson
Wooden Spoon Manager
Todd Barnett
Todd Barnett
Reverend Albert Sykes
Michael Harding
Michael Harding
Cynthia Teagardin
Lucy Faust
Lucy Faust
Pamela Sue Reaster
Abby Glover
Abby Glover
Church Member #1
Kelly Lind
Kelly Lind
Church Member #2
Cotton Yancey
Cotton Yancey
Priest
Adam Fristoe
Adam Fristoe
Florence
Morganna Bridgers
Morganna Bridgers
Social Worker
Karson Kern
Karson Kern
Orville Buckman
Ivan Hoey Jr.
Ivan Hoey Jr.
Gene Dinwoodie
Zack Shires
Zack Shires
Tommy Matson
Drew Starkey
Drew Starkey
Butcher
Caleb J. Thaggard
Caleb J. Thaggard
Lenora At 7
Ever Eloise Landrum
Ever Eloise Landrum
Susie Cox
Given Sharp
Given Sharp
Sheriff Thompson
Cory Scott Allen
Cory Scott Allen
Juanita
Emma Coulter
Emma Coulter
Tecumseh Bouncer
Cody Jones
Cody Jones
White Cow Waitress
Madelyn Wall
Madelyn Wall
Gary Matthew Bryson
Jason Collett
Jason Collett
Deputy Howser
Eric Mendenhall
Eric Mendenhall
Hippie
Teddy Cole
Teddy Cole
Doctor
Michael H. Cole
Michael H. Cole
Jim Lacey
Cort Chandler
Cort Chandler
Jasper Taps
Bruce Cooper
Bruce Cooper
Dispatcher
Daniel James Vaughn
Daniel James Vaughn
Skinned Soldier
Edward Hall
Edward Hall
Evangelist
Jeff McCarthy
Jeff McCarthy
AM Radio DJ
Santino Fontana
Santino Fontana
Newscaster
John Pue
John Pue
Calvin Claytor (uncredited)
Phillip DeVona
Phillip DeVona
Arresting Police Officer (uncredited)
Kevin Waterman
Kevin Waterman
Beth Ann Reaster (uncredited)
Sarah Hamff
Sarah Hamff
Alma Reaster (uncredited)
Shannon Frye
Shannon Frye
Meat Processor (uncredited)
James H. Keating
James H. Keating
Teacher (uncredited)
Scott Rapp
Scott Rapp
Diner Patron (uncredited)
Lawrence Hinkle
Lawrence Hinkle
Shop Patron (uncredited)
Kyle Sawyer
Kyle Sawyer
1965 High School Student (uncredited)
Emily Towles
Emily Towles
1966 High School Student (uncredited)
Meagan Bown
Meagan Bown
Necking Guy (uncredited)
Ben Bailey
Ben Bailey
1945 Diner Patron (uncredited)
Beth Scott
Beth Scott
1945 Diner Patron / Church Goer (uncredited)
Kacey Hayes
Kacey Hayes
Church Goer (uncredited)
Myles Phillips
Myles Phillips
Necking Girl (uncredited)
Rebecca Douglas
Rebecca Douglas
Church Goer (uncredited)
Leslie Sides
Leslie Sides
1965 Cheerleader (uncredited)
Katie Flaherty
Katie Flaherty
1965 Vietnam Soldier (uncredited)
Matt Powell
Matt Powell
Diner Patron / Church Goer (uncredited)
Morgan Monroe
Morgan Monroe
Bull Pen Patron (uncredited)
Jeff McKinney
Jeff McKinney
Local Pool Player (uncredited)
Jason Charles Hill
Jason Charles Hill
Cody Hamilton
Andrew Young
Andrew Young
Producer
Jake Gyllenhaal
Jake Gyllenhaal
Casting
Douglas Aibel
Douglas Aibel
Makeup Department Head
Leo Corey Castellano
Leo Corey Castellano
Producer
Randall Poster
Randall Poster
Screenplay
Antonio Campos
Antonio Campos
Director
Antonio Campos
Antonio Campos
VFX Supervisor
Richard Baker
Richard Baker
ADR Mixer
Greg Crawford
Greg Crawford
ADR Mixer
Mark DeSimone
Mark DeSimone
Director of Photography
Lol Crawley
Lol Crawley
Stunt Coordinator
Gary Ray Stearns
Gary Ray Stearns
Costume Design
Emma Potter
Emma Potter
Production Design
Craig Lathrop
Craig Lathrop
Producer
Riva Marker
Riva Marker
Original Music Composer
Saunder Jurriaans
Saunder Jurriaans
Art Direction
James A. Gelarden
James A. Gelarden
Executive Producer
Jared Ian Goldman
Jared Ian Goldman
Executive Producer
Annie Marter
Annie Marter
Key Makeup Artist
Ann-Maree Hurley
Ann-Maree Hurley
Editor
Sofía Subercaseaux
Sofía Subercaseaux
Original Music Composer
Danny Bensi
Danny Bensi
Supervising Sound Editor
Ruy García
Ruy García
Stunts
Kevin Waterman
Kevin Waterman
Stunt Driver
Kevin Waterman
Kevin Waterman
Second Assistant Director
Derek Franzese
Derek Franzese
Production Supervisor
Charlie Dibe
Charlie Dibe
Hair Department Head
Gloria Pasqua Casny
Gloria Pasqua Casny
Executive Producer
Marc A. Hammer
Marc A. Hammer
Unit Production Manager
Marc A. Hammer
Marc A. Hammer
Unit Publicist
Cid Swank
Cid Swank
Dialogue Editor
Branka Mrkic
Branka Mrkic
Script Supervisor
T.J. Larson
T.J. Larson
Stunts
Marcelle Coletti
Marcelle Coletti
Stunts
Crystal Hooks
Crystal Hooks
First Assistant Director
Brian Bettwy
Brian Bettwy
Extras Casting
Ron Goleman
Ron Goleman
Armorer
Eric Pettway
Eric Pettway
ADR Recordist
Kristin Catuogno
Kristin Catuogno
Second Assistant Director
David Vincent Rimer
David Vincent Rimer
Producer
Max Born
Max Born
Boom Operator
Allen Lee Williams III
Allen Lee Williams III
ADR Mixer
Aidan Dykes
Aidan Dykes
Stunts
Jason Charles Hill
Jason Charles Hill
Boom Operator
Matt Derber
Matt Derber
Art Department Coordinator
Prissy Lee
Prissy Lee
Stunts
Cody Banta
Cody Banta
Location Manager
Kyle Photo Bucher
Kyle Photo Bucher
Property Master
A. Patrick Storey
A. Patrick Storey
Novel
Donald Ray Pollock
Donald Ray Pollock
Visual Effects Art Director
Sebastian Romero
Sebastian Romero
Second Unit Director
Matthew McLoota
Matthew McLoota
Production Coordinator
Patty Harrigan
Patty Harrigan
Special Effects Technician
Greg McDougall
Greg McDougall
Set Designer
Ryan Goertz
Ryan Goertz
Visual Effects Supervisor
Djuna Wahlrab
Djuna Wahlrab
Key Hair Stylist
Meghan Heaney
Meghan Heaney
Stunts
Leah Hudspeth
Leah Hudspeth
Sound Effects Editor
Isaac Derfel
Isaac Derfel
Set Designer
Willie Blanchard
Willie Blanchard
Screenplay
Paulo Campos
Paulo Campos
Special Effects Supervisor
Ricky Pratt
Ricky Pratt
Sound Mixer
Jake Slaney
Jake Slaney
Art Designer
Alex Michetti
Alex Michetti
Makeup Artist
Somica Spratley
Somica Spratley
Makeup Artist
Joy Travis
Joy Travis
Makeup Artist
Jennifer Kimlin
Jennifer Kimlin
ADR Mixer
Shacora Mitchell
Shacora Mitchell
Stunt Coordinator
Don Lee
Don Lee
Stunts
Ethan Melisano
Ethan Melisano
Stunts
Matt Elkins
Matt Elkins

msbreviews

If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog @ https://www.msbreviews.com Netflix has been able to deliver films with all-star casts pretty regularly. Whether people like the movie or not, that’s a whole other subject, but as a convincing argument to make people want to watch a film, this type of casting is perfect. Almost every actor in The Devil All The Time is a fan-favorite due to their presence in cinematic universes, iconic sagas, or Oscar-winning flicks, so it’s no surprise if this aspect alone gets audiences to sit in their couches for a movie with an almost two-hour-and-a-half runtime. This is my first time watching an Antonio Campos’ film, and my expectations were moderately high, having in mind the synopsis and the genre itself. I didn’t know what the movie was really about since the synopsis doesn’t really shine a light on what the main narrative truly addresses. I only watch the first official trailer *after* I watch the film (so I know what I can write in my reviews), and to be honest, it’s a bit misleading when it comes to the time certain actors are actually on-screen (Holland only shows up after forty-five minutes, for example). So, for the first hour-and-a-half, I found myself struggling to understand where the story was going. There are more than a handful of relevant characters and storylines, being this my main issue with the flick, but I’ll get there. I’ll start with the cast and their characters. The former group is impeccable, as expected. Tom Holland is undoubtedly the biggest surprise by delivering a part of him that no one had seen so far. Arvin’s personality is shaped based on his traumatic, tragic, violent childhood. Transitioning from the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man to such a haunted character is not an easy task, but Holland finds a way of dealing with the emotionally overwhelming, dark path that Arvin walks. However, this is a long movie where every character has an important role to play, even those who barely impact the story until the last few minutes. Bill Skarsgård plays Holland’s father, seamlessly incorporating a man whose blind faith in religion sets not only a horrible chain of events, but it also establishes the overall theme for the film. Riley Keough and Jason Clarke play a weird couple with a disturbing modus operandi, but the former is genuinely impressive. She’s becoming quite an interesting actress by picking unique roles in unconventional movies. Everyone else is great, Robert Pattinson, Eliza Scanlen, Sebastian Stan, you name it, but Holland, Skarsgård, and Keough are my absolute standouts, as well as their characters. They’re definitely most developed across the runtime than the others, which takes me to one of my negatives. With so many characters, the balance between the numerous storylines fails to be consistent enough to keep me engaged throughout the entire runtime. Antonio and Paulo Campos offer every character a good chunk of time, giving the viewer opportunity to understand the motivations behind said characters and connect with their story. Excellent storytelling method, no doubt about it. However, by the end of the film, some characters have close to zero impact on the narrative in retrospect. Contrasting with my standouts, a few characters feel one-dimensional, used merely either as a plot device to make the story go forward or as an object for gratuitous, gory, bloody killing. That last aspect might be a no-go for tons of viewers. There are dozens of sequences where a character is brutally shot or beat close to death, so you have my warning. It can go from entertaining to excessively gruesome in a matter of seconds. Nevertheless, the thing I love the most about The Devil All The Time will be the exact same many viewers will definitely hate: its take on religion. Similarly to Darren Aronofsky’s mother!, this is a movie that doesn’t shy away from depicting how blind faith in hardcore religiousness can be dark, somber, sinful, and take people through the most terrible of paths. It’s the overall theme that connects every storyline. Throughout the film, almost every character’s decision is made based on their religious beliefs in some shape or form. If they believe praying is the solution to cancer, they’ll pray for days in a row and make sacrifices. If they believe God is giving them supernatural powers, they’ll do everything to test his will. If they believe God is telling them to make the most illogical decisions, perform inhuman actions, and sin in the most awful way possible, they’ll do it in the blink of an eye. This religious manipulation is depicted in such a realistic manner that it transforms The Devil All The Time into a pretty tricky viewing. For me, it felt so authentic that I can easily connect it to the state of the real world. From the moment I realized this underlying theme, the second half of the movie became much more interesting. Character arcs start to intertwine, previous questions being to receive their respective answers, and everything falls into place in the last thirty to forty-five minutes. However, the runtime still feels way too long, and even though Antonio and Paulo Campos do a remarkable job by coherently joining the several storylines, some of these simply don’t add anything to the narrative or to the protagonist’s arc. Technically impressive across the board, standouts being Lol Crawley’s lingering cinematography and the sweet score from Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans. The Devil All The Time is destined to be incredibly divisive. Antonio Campos and Paulo Campos conjured up a somber, dark, extremely violent screenplay, packed with numerous storylines and an underlying theme that’s going to cause some controversy. With such a stellar cast, it’s impossible not to have outstanding performances. The entire cast is impeccable, but Tom Holland (the absolute standout), Riley Keough, and Bill Skarsgård deserve the shoutout due to their genuinely impressive displays. However, the high number of characters and their respective arcs unnecessarily overextend the runtime. Too much time is given to characters who, in retrospect, barely have an impact in the narrative or in the protagonist. Some are used as mere plot devices or kill targets for the sake of entertainment. Nevertheless, the narrative’s focus on religion is bold and audacious, showing how blind faith can negatively influence people’s lives, taking them and others through the most painful paths. Depending on each person’s view on religion, on how open the mind can be and the sensibility to bloody violence, I leave my warning that this film might not be for everyone. But, if it is for you, it will be hard to forget. Rating: B+

Wuchak

_**Drearily fighting… the devil all the time**_ In backwood towns of West Virginia and southern Ohio during the mid-60s several characters converge around a disillusioned orphan (Tom Holland) devoted to protecting those he loves. “The Devil All the Time” (2020) is a slow-burn Southern Gothic psychological drama with crime thrills in the mold of "Undertow" (2004) mixed with the dismal rural tone of, say, “Winter’s Bone” (2010), “Mud” (2012), “Joe” (2013) and “1922” (2017). The bleak story emphasizes the deep mysteries of life, like man’s brutality to fellow man, premature death, unanswered prayer, religious misbelief/error, justification of sin, corrupt authority figures, the downward spiral of a criminal lifestyle, divine justice (whether you perceive it or not), hope and, maybe, redemption. Some complain that it’s ultimately pointless, but it’s not. It may be meandering and ambiguous, but it’s not pointless. You just have to be braced for a slow drama, degenerate characters, lots o’ narration (by the author of the book), time jumps, convoluted storytelling and a muted emotional payoff. Another thing to consider is that the story doesn’t become compelling until the last 50-55 minutes. The movie doesn’t ridicule people who believe in Christianity, as some have criticized, but rather realistically shows how certain individuals with mental issues can misinterpret the Scriptures or the Spirit’s leading, as well as use their position to serve their carnal interests rather than serve people. There are weird and disturbing aspects that are gut-wrenching or disgusting, but the author based these things on real-life cases. It’s a quality production with convincing acting/costuming/sets/locations, but the snaky downbeat story isn’t for everyone. The film runs 2 hours, 16 minutes and was shot in Alabama (Anniston, Montevallo, Birmingham, Oak Mountain State Park and several other points in the area). GRADE: B-

Wiccaburr

<i>It's a prayer log...but it don't work too good.</I> First off this movie have good moments and dark moments, be ready for this roller coaster cause it'll be a ride. I love how they have the author of the book being the narrator for this movie. Saints becomes sinners and vice versa without even knowing it. Between the performance of the cast and how this whole story unfolds, it is a journey of evil, faith, religion, and power among all who are living in this rural area. I must say this is worth watching but man, it is soul wrecking darkness. Just be prepare for this watch. Pairing this with soul wrecking tough watches like <I>The Nightingale (2018) or GWEN (2018)</i> comes to mind.

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