WARNING: I don’t think you should watch these. I watched about 5 seconds of each and it’s already spoiled too much for my liking. The one thing I can tell you about this film from my very limited viewing is that they’re in the dark a lot. Frankly, that’s all I want to know. I’m a big believer that a film should be seen in it’s entirety and not in bits and pieces.
That being said, I know not everyone agrees with me so here are the clips…
“Never Killed a Man“:
“He’s a God“:
“We Did Good“:
The Road is a tale of hardship and perseverance that centers on the complicated relationship between a father and son. The film is based on the novel written by Cormac McCarthy, and is directed by John Hillcoat. As you can see from the above clips, the straggly duo travel across a post-apocalyptic U.S. in search of food, shelter, and in many ways, their own sanity.
What do you think of these 5 clips from The Road? Do they show too much from the film?