Film Review: JUGGERNAUT (Canada 2017) ***

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After a lengthy absence, a small town outlaw returns to his hometown, violently obsessed with the notion that his Mother’s death was not a suicide.

Director:

Daniel DiMarco

Writer:

Daniel DiMarco

This JUGGERNAUT is not to be confused with the Richard Lester film of the same name that starred Richard Harris about bombs planted on a cruise liner.  JUGGERNAUT 2017 is a very different Canadian nitty-gritty family crime drama that America churns out quite well.  This one turns out pretty solid as well.

JUGGERNAUT is the story of two brothers, one good and one bad. Sounds like a parable (Caine and Abel) from the Bible.  Of course, good and bad are relative.  The protagonist is the ‘bad’ one for the obvious reason that not only is the bad one…

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