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506 Ratings

Out of the Furnace

Directed by Scott Cooper
United States, United Kingdom, 2013
Drama, Thriller


When Rodney Baze mysteriously disappears and law enforcement fails to follow through, his older brother, Russell, takes matters into his own hands to find justice.

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Out of the Furnace Directed by Scott Cooper

Awards & Festivals



London Critics Circle Film Awards

2014 | Nominee: British Actor of the Year

Women Film Critics Circle Awards

2013 | 2nd place: Worst Male Images in a Movie

It’s Christian Bale’s career-best central turn that proves the film’s trump card… his Russell Baze here… becomes a masterclass in internalised emotional subtleties… [But] there’s finally little escaping Out of the Furnace’s genre trappings, especially as it moves into its second hour. Cooper works hard to inject muscularity into proceedings, but a drive-in staged opening aside, much of its testosterone-fuelled brutality feels overcooked.
January 29, 2014
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There is nothing immediately objectionable about this premise. But Cooper begins flashing images of Barack Obama’s nomination and election. He offers the embarrassing juxtaposition of Rodney’s bloodied face with the image of dead deer. He either quotes from or directly echoes other movies — The Deer Hunter, Heat. What is he trying to get at? Where is he trying to go?
December 06, 2013
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One of Cooper’s strengths as a director and writer is a nuanced feel for male behavior, and with such a strong and varied cast of actors at his disposal, the film almost comes across as a study in tough guys together.
December 05, 2013
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