Blood for Dust


Action / Crime / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 78% · 49 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 78%
IMDb Rating 5.2/10 10 1110 1.1K


Top cast

Kit Harington as Ricky
Ethan Suplee as Slim
Josh Lucas as John
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931.52 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
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1.87 GB
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23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
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4.56 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
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23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by JonyVeana 6 / 10

Ok breaking bad lookalike movie

It was ok, a couple of well know faces a average script and a mediocre director it's everything you need to make a movie this age, nothing interesting nothing new it's just the same basics idea combined of every crime movie of the last 10 years. I can make something better than this after watching a lot of crimes movies i know i can,

Kit Harrington outside of Game Of Thrones its bad, his career its just bad, I feel bad for the guy first he lost the love of his life, the queen of dragons and now his career its just mediocre and forgettable such a shame, so sad that makes me feel, i wanna cry tbh.

Reviewed by nogodnomasters 2 / 10

What's the plan?

Cliff (Scoot McNairy) is a depressed defibrillator salesman working across the Northwest, mostly Montana. The weather is also depressing. He had worked for Meridian selling hard drives and things turned bad. He is having money issues as her tries to provide for his family. He meets an old friend from Meridian named Ricky (Kit Harington) at a strip joint. Ricky is doing well selling what people want. He talks Cliff into joining him running drugs and arms. Having a station wagon with a defib dummy is a great cover. On his first exchange, Ricky shows up and puts bullets into everyone. Cliff fears for his family.

This was a boring film from start to finish. Characters were not developed. Cliff's depression placed a downer on the whole production.

Guide: F-word. Nudity.

Reviewed by mugwamp-983 7 / 10

Down and out salesman makes a choice

When Scoot McNairy plays the lead you know the main character is an average joe. Because no one can play an average joe better than scoot. He does his part making the audience connect with his seemingly laconic life.

Scoots character, Cliff is not doing so good as a salesman. He has a kid in the hospital and a wife in group therapy. Much of his character development is spent at the beginning observing his time on the road. Its evident he has financial short comings.

There are two superfluous dialogue scenes with Stephen Dorf then later Rose Mason which could have been removed and you wouldn't know it. Except they serve to reinforce two things. One, that Cliff really does try to do something other than take Ricky's offer, and two, he did lack scruples in his past.

There is parallel part of Cliff's character portrayal which reveals something flawed in his past. His past life does catch up with him in the form of a former associate called Ricky. Kit Harrington. We don't know what Ricky was like before, but it becomes apparent that he is a lot more calculating and capable of evil than Cliff realized he could be.

Ricky makes an offer to Cliff he can't refuse. The movie picks up pace at this point. There is violence and double crosses and everything you would expect. Cliff has no idea what he is in for.

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