‘Wind River’ Review: Taylor Sheridan’s Entertaining Meathead Thriller

‘Wind River’ Review: Taylor Sheridan’s Entertaining

Wind River, Taylor Sheridan’s third filmed screenplay and second film as a director, seems to crystallize the notion that he’s a talented storyteller but not exactly a deep thinker. Not every

‘Wind River’ review: Taylor Sheridan’s cold-case thriller

Taylor Sheridan’s Wind River opens with the title card: “This is based on actual events.” A clunky rewording of the typical “inspired by a true story” framing, the cut to a frigid Wyoming landscape draws parallels to the Coen Brothers classic Fargo .

Wind River review: «A superb thriller with a powerful

Sep 04, 2017 · Wind River is the name of a Native American reservation in the Wyoming wilds. It’s also a description of the unforgiving terrain, a central character in Taylor Sheridan’s superb mystery.


Taylor Sheridan’s new thriller Wind River: Film review

Sep 07, 2017 · Watch video · Wind River is marbled with wry humour and human interest with Taylor’s eye for detail and fact-telling adding extra texture to the …

‘Wind River’ Review From Sundance: Taylor Sheridan’s

Film Review: ‘Wind River’ Taylor Sheridan, the screenwriter of ‘Hell or High Water’ and ‘Sicario,’ makes his directorial debut with another humanistic crime drama, though this one has more

Wind River review – Jeremy Renner heads up a thriller that

Jeremy Renner heads up a thriller that’s by turns refreshing and conformist, from Taylor Sheridan. Noble of intention but succumbing to a surprising amount of clichés, this is the first major feature from director Taylor Sheridan, following micro-budget horror Vile.

Wind River movie review | The movie and me

Nov 24, 2017 · Writer-director Taylor Sheridan takes audiences into the frozen wilds of Wyoming with this sombre mystery thriller. The setting: the Wind River Native American reservation. Cory Lambert (Jeremy Renner), a U.S. Fish and Wildlife service agent, comes across the body of 18-year-old Natalie Hanson (Kelsey Chow) in the snow.

«Wind River» review: Taylor Sheridan’s frontier trilogy

“Wind River” review: Taylor Sheridan’s frontier trilogy finds a harsh end Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen co-star in bleak, if poetic, crime thriller By John Wenzel Aug 11, 2017, 12:01 am

Wind River (Film, Thriller): Reviews, Ratings, Cast and

Taylor Sheridan’s debut at the direction is a tense crime story set in Wyoming. Wind River is one of those films that will keep your eyes wide open on the screen because it has such an amazing screenplay that is a pleasure to see the succession of events.


Taylor Sheridan’s Five Favorite Films << Rotten Tomatoes

Watch video · Taylor Sheridan’s Five Favorite Films The writer of Hell or High Water and writer/director of Wind River on Unforgiven, Michael Mann, and recognizing great actors.

Movie review: Wind River – Geeky Cheeky Always Sneaky

Aug 08, 2017 · Taylor Sheridan. Wind River is a thriller, written and directed by Taylor Sheridan. Sheridan’s name might be unfamiliar to a lot of people, but cinephiles should know him for writing two recent marvelous pictures that both had some awards potential – 2015’s Sicario and 2016’s Hell or …