REVIEW | Collateral Beauty (2016)



WILL Smith is Howard, an ad agency exec imprisoned by insurmountable grief over the death of his 6-year-old daughter. Switching from depressive to suicidal to whimsical, he goes through life either in lethargic sorrow or accomplishing his new hobbies: emotionally biking at night through oncoming traffic, building elaborate domino structures, and mailing scalding letters to...[READ FULL REVIEW HERE]



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