The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter (2018) is a English movie. Jody Hill has directed this movie. Josh Brolin,Danny McBride,Montana Jordan,Scoot McNairy are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter (2018) is considered one of the best Comedy,Drama movie in India and around the world.
The great hunter Buck Ferguson (Josh Brolin) and his trusted cameraman Don (Danny McBride) set out for an epic weekend adventure to reconnect with Buck's young son (Montana Jordan).
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I thought the movie was quite good. If your looking for an action packed movie look elsewhere. A father son bonding type movie in a hunting setting. The layout is actually pretty true to a hunting type predicament. A dad tries to reconnect with his son and show him the beuty of the natural world, and what he does for a living, while the son doesn't really want any of it but tries at some points. Danny McBride played a good, sometimes vulgar but, not over the top comedic relief. At some points in the film the acting feels forced, but when you look at the whole of the movie, it actually would be that way in real life because of the situation the characters are in. Ex alcoholic dad who is never there trying to reconnect with his son. All in all it's a good coming of age, father/son bonding, nature vs. technology type movie. It's also a great movie for a hunter especially slightly older one. They will say it hits the nail on the head.
Think it depends on people's sense of humor. We thought it was funny. A mild funny but funny dad and son coming of age hunting movie. The scenes were beautiful. Give it a chance.
The greatest problem with 'The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter' is that it's a comedy, but it's not funny. While it has the rhythm and beats of a typical comedy, nothing funny is ever done or said. The film begins with a mockumentary intro of Josh Brolin playing Buck Ferguson (the summer of Brolin continues! sort of), a man attempting prove through his series of DVDs that he's the world's greatest hunter. Actually, the first ten minutes are promising. The film is self-aware and mildly amusing. Sadly, the remaining 70 minutes fail to deliver on the early promise. It tells a typical fathers, sons and legacies story that has been done many times before and often done much better. Buck, along with his friend and cameraman Don, takes his 12-year-old son Jaden on their first big hunting trip together. Buck, who hasn't seen Jaden as much since the divorce, hopes to capture a loving father-son story on video and simultaneously help his son fall in love with hunting. Neither of these efforts is particularly successful because Jaden is preoccupied by his girlfriend and his cell phone (darn kids these days!). A frustrated Buck lashes out at Jaden and Don, damaging both relationships and putting a serious damper on the trip. But this is a movie, so if you manage to watch this whole thing (it's only about 80 minutes) you'll see Buck attempt to redeem himself and mend the relationships with the two most important people in his life. On the acting side, Brolin is fine, while the kid is a rough watch, though better writing certainly would have helped him. The bright spot is Danny McBride as Don. He's the heart of the movie-the most likable and relatable character. He's also the only one who succeeds in providing any sort of comedy. It's not a spoiler to say this is: the ending is interesting. I don't mind an ambiguous ending, and I think this one is worth pondering.
It's your traditional father-son comedy where he wants to reconnect post-divorce. I've gone deer hunting before so I could relate to some aspects of it. The comedy aspect of it is average. Overall, it's an enjoyable film to watch if you want to kill time and eat dinner. The acting overall was pretty decent with Brolin playing the stereotypical country Dad trying to convert his son (a suburban kid) to his outdoor lifestyle. Overall, I could relate to this so I enjoyed it and got a few good chuckles out of it.
Tolerable father son adventure comedy but really nothing special our outstanding. A father tries to reunite and connect to his son by going with him on a hunting trip, which is not only showing him about his profession but also a family tradition, but of course the young boy doesnt really care for that. Yeah the story is noting new or special at all nor is it very inspired. The film however has good qualities in the acting department. Josh Brolin was great and took his role very seriously. Good performance. Also Montana Jordan was pretty good as his son. Danny McBride tolerable as the sidekick. The film had beautiful images and a very nice cinematography. But besides that it fell rather flat and even at the rather short running time often appeared to be overlong and boring. The father son thing was predictable and something we saw in dozens of variations hundreds of times on screen already. Still it was not a complete waste of time, but probably could have been much better.