If you like paying twelve bucks solely for the pleasure of staring at Ryan Gosling's angel-like mug on the big screen, you might want to sit out Only God Forgives, his latest collaboration with Nicolas Winding Refn. In a thematic follow-up to Drive, the two join forces once again for this thrilling tale of a Thai Boxing club owner on the lam from the British police. And it ain't pretty, as evidenced in the first poster for the movie, which hints at the hard times heading towards Ryan Gosling and his face in this tense drama.
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