“He is programmed to clean-up all loose ends,” Carver (Lance Reddick)
Disney’s POLYANNA (1960) had Hayley Wells titular outsider enter a town and bring positivity to its inhabitants. DOWNTON ABBEY’s Dan Stevens throws off cloistered post-Edwardian Britain for a new guise, an American veteran fresh from soldiering in the Middle East theatre. Turning up to a grieving household, at first it looks like Stevens’ David is going to shake the family up for the better. This ain’t no Disney flick; it’s from the writer-director team of horror-thrillers A HORRIBLE WAY TO DIE and YOU’RE NEXT (those titles say it all, right?).
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