New from A Reel of One’s Own by Andrea Thompson: Raymond & Ray (2022) Review

It’s a good thing we have Ewan McGregor and Ethan Hawke to bring out the best in Raymond & Ray, which piles on a whole bunch of clichés in its story of daddy issues taken to an extreme.

When Raymond (McGregor) arrives at his brother Ray’s (Hawke) home to inform them that their father has died, and his last wish was they would attend his funeral, there’s even an actual storm brewing. It’s entirely warranted since there’s every indication of no love lost between the brothers and the man who raised them.



from A Reel Of One’s Own

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