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From a story-telling perspective, the plot isn't that different from various -like tales of parental vengeance, but the filmmakers have tricked out the story with enough emotional flashbacks and specific cultural details to make it stand out.
, this year's biggest blockbuster and a genuine pop culture phenomenon; on the other end, smaller crime thrillers and adventure stories, once the beating heart and lifeblood of the genre, have been relegated to relatively under-the-radar releases on streaming platforms and on-demand services.
Where to watch: Stream on Netflix (Watch the trailer) , this Colorado-set revenge tale is centered around a snowplow driver named Nels Coxman (Neeson) who kills drug dealers and dumps their bodies in an icy river.
He's set on this violent, chilly path after the tragic death of his son Kyle, who suffers a heroin overdose despite Nels' claims that Kyle was never "a druggie." The various criminals Nels antagonizes, plus their low-life associates and a couple local cops, take up more screen time than you'd expect, giving the proceedings a rollicking, shaggy-dog ensemble vibe that can be an odd fit with Neeson's angry dad schtick.
(Neeson also made some horrifying comments during the film's press tour, which make some the script's crude attempts at "edgy" racist humor feel particularly misguided.) Though the film's central revenge plot can be tedious, the margins of the story are filled with scraggly character actors like William Forsythe, some genuinely clever bits of dialogue, and a handful of inspired visual moments of whimsy.
Overlong and undercooked, , Neeson's recent collaborations with director Jaume Collet-Serra, but it has a droll quality that shines through the piles of snow.