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The National (UAE)
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August 30, 2011

Maybe too small-scale to be anything truly special, but an original and witty film that both surprises and entertains.
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New York Post

September 17, 2010

As a writer-director, Nelson keeps the laughs coming at a steady pace, and never condescends to his articulate redneck characters.
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New York Times
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September 17, 2010

Mr. Norton is a pleasure to watch, and so is everyone else.
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Los Angeles Times
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September 28, 2010

An offbeat thriller that is deepened -- rather than derailed -- by its tricky shift from darkly funny to just plain dark.
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At the Movies

April 05, 2010

It's not the violence itself that bothers me, it's just that it completely destroys the tone of the movie.
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Reeling Reviews
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October 10, 2010

The DVD extras give the film a boost with a well done "making-of…" featurette and a commentary of the film by director Nelson, star Norton and producer William Migliore.
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Austin Chronicle
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September 24, 2010

It's a jarringly realistic hybrid that echoes the more surreal aspects of real, rural life, and Norton walks/ambles through it all, sporting dueling personalities and distinct accents, but one very serious heart.
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Reeling Reviews
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October 10, 2010

This is a very personal film from Nelson that is jam packed with ideas and heavily influenced by the Coen Brothers...
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What Culture
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February 22, 2011

Essentially Deliverance cross-bred with A History of Violence...Leaves of Grass is a peculiar rural yarn and a sweet, assured examination of lost innocence and brotherhood that succeeds largely because of Norton's multi-faceted performance.
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indieWire
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September 17, 2010

The mirror image gag is one of the oldest in the book, and yet, if done well, it never really gets old.
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7M Pictures
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January 05, 2014

really unbalanced
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