Home Entertainment: ‘The Old Man And The Gun’ DVD Review

For six decades, Hollywood icon Robert Redford has been lighting up our cinema screens. From the likes of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid to The Sting, through to later efforts like A River Runs Through It and The Last Castle, Redford has consistently delivered the goods. With The Old Man and the Gun, the actor delivers his reported final performance, which may be one of his best yet.


The Old Man and The Gun DVD review

The story takes place predominantly in the early 1980s where we meet Redford’s Forrest Tucker, a seasoned career criminal with a string of bank robberies behind him and, at the ripe old age of 70, shows no sign of slowing down. We meet him in the middle of one such robbery, the ‘old man’ of the tile during his latest theft, the taking of a bank with Tucker smiling and winking his way through proceedings.
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