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An ex-con, who is the unlikeliest of role models, meets a 15-year-old boy and is faced with the choice of redemption or ruin.... (Full plot summary below)

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An ex-con, who is the unlikeliest of role models, meets a 15-year-old boy and is faced with the choice of redemption or ruin.

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RogerEbert.com - 10/10 by Peter Sobczynski If your moviegoing needs are driven less by a need to "feel good" afterwards and more by a desire to see something that will grab and touch you in ways that you will not be shaking anytime soon, this is the movie for you.
Washington Post - 10/10 by Michael O'Sullivan Nicolas Cage delivers what may his best, most nuanced performance yet in the gritty, hypnotic and deeply moving Joe.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 9/10 by Geoff Pevere None of this would work with anywhere near the power it does without Nicolas Cage, whom Green has smartly cast in this sometimes maddeningly erratic and ill-disciplined actor’s most perfectly suited role since "Leaving Las Vegas" and "Adaptation."
McClatchy-Tribune News Service - 9/10 by Roger Moore Joe is the movie that will make you remember how good Nicolas Cage once was and can be again.
Austin Chronicle - 8/10 by Marjorie Baumgarten As for the Austin-based Green, the director’s characteristically understated style is well-suited to this material. Joe recalls, in many ways, the filmmaker’s earliest features – "George Washington," "All the Real Girls," and "Undertow" – not to mention his heavily wooded last feature, "Prince Avalanche," films that capture a poetic sense of bewildered young people in the rural South.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 8/10 by Steven Rea This world feels studied in its "authenticity": the rusted GMC pickup, the tumbledown shack, the boozy brothel, and angry Joe Ransom guttin' deer and tending to his own gunshot wounds with a grimace and a bottle of alcohol.
Rolling Stone - 8/10 by Peter Travers Sheridan, so good in "Mud" with Matthew McConaughey, excels here as a vulnerable sapling.
San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Mick LaSalle As Wade, Gary Poulter is the most authentic-looking old drunk you'll ever see onscreen - something I thought before I knew the story of his casting: Poulter was a homeless man who was recruited by a casting director. He'd never acted before, and yet he's remarkable in this.
Miami Herald - 8/10 by Rene Rodriguez Green’s movies rarely play out in conventional ways, and Joe, too, surprises in the end.
Portland Oregonian - 8/10 by Marc Mohan Joe works better as a study of character and environment than as the thriller it tries to become in its final act.
The A.V. Club - 8/10 by A.A. Dowd For two hours or so, he becomes a magnetic actor again, the same vibrant presence who wowed audiences with his work in "Leaving Las Vegas" and "Adaptation." He is, in these rare instances, just plain good.
Entertainment Weekly - 8/10 by Chris Nashawaty Both Cage and Sheridan (who shined opposite Matthew McConaughey in Mud) give true and at times tender performances. It's a shame the film lacks the same subtlety and force.

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