REVIEW | Blood Father (2016)



MEL GIBSON in his classic rage returns in French-produced action-thriller “Blood Father.” The 60-year-old veteran gives a terrific, thrilling performance perfect for a comeback.

Gibson plays ex-convict John Link who runs a tattoo parlor in his decrepit trailer in the middle of a California desert. He’s also a recovering alcoholic, with only one close friend nearby, Kirby (William H. Macy), his AA sponsor.

When his estranged daughter Lydia (Erin Moriarty) suddenly shows up...[READ FULL REVIEW]




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