My father in law and my wife wanted to see an "art movie" called Maudie, it's about a crippled female artist who had a sad life in Nova Scotia.
The art theater they were going to only had four movies one about some kind teddy bear TV show and Wind River a murder mystery at an Indian reservation with Jeremy Renner.
My son and I decided to see it. I was hoping it might be at least better than the others.
I wish I knew guns better, the hunting scenes and shooting scenes were awesome.
There was even a gun lesson for Jeremy's young son. "A gun is always loaded" when the young boys BB gun barrel passes in front of something important.
The movie at the beginning said "based on true events".
I looked it up on Google, well sort of.
Jeremy even loads his own hunting ammunition.
It had a bigger surprise than the latest Spider-Man film.
Plus it's a high brow art movie.
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