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Any Day (2015)


Following his release from prison, an ex-fighter meets a woman who helps him put his life back together.

Any Day (2015)

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Released Year: 2015
Runtime: 100 minutes
Directors: Rustam Branaman
Writers: Rustam Branaman

Storyline


Following his release from prison, an ex-fighter meets a woman who helps him put his life back together.

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Reviews


25
RogerEbert.com - Brian Tallerico
A well-intentioned disaster, only slightly redeemed by a committed performance by Sean Bean, whose talent proves nowhere near enough to make this manipulative tripe more digestible.
20
The Dissolve - Kate Erbland
Branaman’s script piles on low-level drama, bad decisions, and enough misdirection to make the film’s baffling ending feel not just unearned, but entirely unbelievable.
20
The Hollywood Reporter - Frank Scheck
Featuring endless scenes that defy credibility..Any Day truly succumbs to mawkishness in its final act.
20
Los Angeles Times - Michael Rechtshaffen
By the time the film reaches a faith-based, third-act crescendo, Bean, Walsh and company, despite their best efforts, look like they know they've been beaten, while the score's mournful strings wring out whatever pathos remains untapped.
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The Playlist - Unnamed
To say Any Day is a bad movie doesn’t go far enough, because it’s not just bad. It’s frustrating, it’s a slap in the face of filmmakers still struggling to get a project greenlit, and it makes me wonder how so many recognizable actors came to be involved in such drivel.

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