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In recent years,Richard Linklater has perfected the art of meandering.This is not an inherently bad quality to his filmmaking.On the contrary,recent efforts such asBefore MidnightandEverybody Wants Some!!work so well because their conversations feel genuine,  real conversations happening to real people.The exchangesfeel improvised,even though they are not.When the dialogue works,Linklater captures all of the nuances of a single conversation: big and small.

Last Flag Flying,the latest entry into Linklater's filmography,works similarly to many of his past projects.After the death of his son,Larry "Doc"Shepherd (Steve Carell) turns to his Vietnam veteran buddies from years past,Sal Nealon (Bryan Cranston) and Richard Mueller (Laurence Fishburne) to travel with him to bury his son...


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