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Canada, France, United States · 2015
Rated R · 1h 30m
Director Jon Cassar
Starring Demi Moore, Kiefer Sutherland, Donald Sutherland, Brian Cox
Genre Western

John Henry returns to his hometown to repair his relationship with his estranged father, only to discover a local gang terrorizing the town. While he has already abandoned both his gun and reputation as a quick-draw killer, he is the only one who can stop them.

Stream Forsaken

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The Guardian by Henry Barnes

Jon Cassar’s film rejects the recent revisionism that’s flooded the genre. His take – a straight rip-off of the classics – is weirdly refreshing as a result.


Variety by Joe Leydon

Refreshingly and unabashedly sincere in its embrace of Western conventions and archetypes, this pleasingly retrograde sagebrush saga should play exceptionally well with currently under-served genre fans.


New York Post by Lou Lumenick

Tautly directed by Kiefer’s longtime “24’’ helmer Jon Cassar, Forsaken greatly benefits from the poignant teaming of its father-and-son stars — as well as Michael Wincott as an especially elegant and eloquent gunfighter who has great respect for John.


The A.V. Club by Mike D'Angelo

An opportunity to see the Sutherlands onscreen together — with Donald playing Kiefer’s disapproving preacher dad — is the only new thing that Forsaken has to offer. Whether that’s enough will vary according to taste.


Village Voice by Nick Schager

Amid Kiefer's narrow-eyed glowering, Donald's exhausted-sage routine, and Moore's approximation of rural homeliness, only Wincott seems to fit in, exuding a poised, laconic cold-bloodedness that stands in stark contrast to the film's inert phoniness.


Los Angeles Times by Noel Murray

It's a treat to see Kiefer and Donald side by side, and both give fine performances. But a pairing this special deserved a story more unique than "reluctant killer reaches for his guns."


Movie Nation by Roger Moore

The best you can say about Forsaken is that it attracted a good cast, sports the odd cool character or hard-bitten bit of dialogue and that the rare surprises in its stolid, formulaic script are pleasant ones.

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