Running With the Devil

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    Andrew StoverFilm Threat
    If you want to see a film about how the Columbian drug trade process works, then this movie is for you. If you like films like Sicario or Traffic, this may be right up your alley...
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    Sean BurnsNew England Movies Weekly
    As long as the movie sticks with Fishburne it's a blast. Unfortunately, Cabell has bigger ambitions.
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    Chris AgarScreenRant
    Running With the Devil is a dull, disjointed affair that unfortunately wastes the talents of its high-profile ensemble cast.
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    Niall BrowneMovies in Focus
    Jason Cabell's Running With The Devil might not be perfect, but at least it attempts to do something new with the oft-told tale of drugs moving across the Mexico/US border.
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    David N. ButterworthLa Movie Boeuf
    "It's Nic Cage. How bad could it be?"
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    Rex ReedObserver
    Ho-hum. Running with the Devil is yet another generic drug trade thriller that defies coherence, embraces clichés, and wastes the time and talent of Nicolas Cage.
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    Tori PrestonPajiba
    The result is a misfire, but at least it's a rather convincing one.
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    Jeffrey M. AndersonCommon Sense Media
    This crime procedural is consistently fascinating as it charts the minutiae of the drug business -- but it also tries to be a bit too clever and neglects the characters in the process.
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    Jackie K. Cooperjackiekcooper.com
    Another ho hum movie that follows Nicolas Cage's career down the rabbit hole.
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    Peter SobczynskieFilmCritic.com
    It is less "Breaking Bad" than it is merely bad.
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