‘The Place Beyond the Pines’ Hi-Res Photo Gallery

Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper square off in an intense small-town battle in director Derek Cianfrance's upcoming drama.
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‘The Place Beyond the Pines’ Hi-Res Photo Gallery

Focus Features has released a high-resolution photo gallery for The Place Beyond the Pines, director Derek Cianfrance's follow-up to his critically-acclaimed debut Blue Valentine. Ryan Gosling stars as Luke, a motorcycle racer who takes to a life of crime when he learns about his newborn daughter. He tangles with rookie cop Avery Cross (Bradley Cooper), who becomes determined to take this criminal down while battling corruption within his own department. Take a look at these photos featuring Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes, Ray Liotta, Dane DeHaan, and Rose Byrne.

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The Place Beyond the Pines was released March 29th, 2013.

Sources: Focus Features

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  • XxNickTheFilmCriticXx • 2 years ago

    @thedude-abides -- I liked Brad Pitt's performance, myself. I personally didn't find him to be a miscast, but I can see why you would think that.

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    • thedude-abides • 2 years ago

      @bawnian-dexeus Lol. Just the opposite.

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      • thedude-abides • 2 years ago

        @ejk1 Lol. Nobody's perfect :P

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        • ejk1 • 2 years ago

          @thedude-abides "1" in the loss column? Pfft...you're no Undertaker, lol.

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          • thedude-abides • 2 years ago

            @ejk1 Haha. I know, I was just citing RT because we were talking about it the other night and I knew you placed a lot of stock in their ratings. It's true I shouldn't be allowed to cite it only when it suits my argument, lol. Nevertheless, it was definitely a personal letdown, but I'd say it's far from a bad film. In any event, I'm fine chalking it up as a loss just so I'll have a "1" to show in the loss column :)

            @XxNickTheFilmCriticXx I was definitely harsh on the film for two reasons. The first was because it was Andrew Dominick's first film since Jesse James, which I view as one of the most underrated films of the past decade, and I expected nothing short of a repeat performance as far as Dominick was concerned. And the second, because Brad Pitt was completely miscast, in my opinion, in a role that just about anybody off the street could've played.

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            • ejk1 • 2 years ago

              @XxNickTheFilmCriticXx I didn't even see the film. I'm just messing with @thedude-abides.

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              • XxNickTheFilmCriticXx • 2 years ago

                @ejk1 -- Not to intrude, but you can't deny the fact that it got decent reviews, around the board. Nothing spectacular, but not bad, by any chance. It was better than most movies last year, so in it's own right, it deserves that much more credit.

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                • ejk1 • 2 years ago

                  @thedude-abides Hey now, you don't get to use RT when you don't trust it, lol. Besides, 75% of the critics gave it a "thumbs up," but not a strong one, as it rates just under 7/10. Not spectacular by any stretch.

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                  • bawnian-dexeus • 2 years ago

                    @thedude-abides Ah. It read like you were writing it off like studios do with their taxes

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                    • thedude-abides • 2 years ago

                      @ejk1 ROFL! Hey, in 4 years on this site, if that's the only blunder anyone can bring up, I'd say it's a pretty solid track record. Not to mention the fact that I was more letdown by the film than the acclaim it received would suggest, as it received relatively positive reviews across the board (3/4 from Rolling Stone and 75% on RT), so, to answer your question, yes; just like Killing Them Softly :P

                      @bawnian-dexeus Another film I've been talking up for the past 18-months that looks to be another sure-fire winner.

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                      • ejk1 • 2 years ago

                        @thedude-abides Like Killing Me Softly?

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                        • thedude-abides • 2 years ago

                          (sigh) Chalk another one up for The Dude.

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                          • Josh-Hains • 2 years ago

                            Newborn son, not daughter. Ugh

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                            • ejk1 • 2 years ago

                              This should be very good.

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                              • narrator • 2 years ago

                                Everyone looks worn down, exhausted and even f*cked up at points (looking at DeHaan and Liotta), which I guess is what they were going for. Lol. I'm really looking forward to this film.

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