A small character study that doesn’t lead to anything as interesting as it should.
|“At Any Price” is a small Midwestern film about a small Midwestern family in a small Midwestern town. It translates well for any farming community. It also translates well for any character study fans, but it’s the thrilling elements that should have been heightened to make it a better movie overall. The continual build-up of the interactions between father and son don't lead anywhere you'd expect, and don't really lead anywhere you'd want.||2012 |
Directed by: Ramin Bahrani
Screenplay by: Ramin Bahrani and Hallie Elizabeth Newton
Starring: Dennis Quaid and Zac Efron