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Felony

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As Joel Edgerton is starting to become a familiar face for American audiences he is also starting to cultivate his behind the screen talents. This month JJ and Steve investigate Edgerton’s first feature-length screenplay — 2014’s Felony.

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"There’s a boy and he’s on the road and he’s had a - he’s fallen off his bike."

As Joel Edgerton is starting to become a familiar face for American audiences he is also starting to cultivate his behind the screen talents. This month JJ and Steve investigate Edgerton’s first feature length screenplay – 2014’s Felony. Edgerton shares the screen with Tom Wilkinson and Jai Courtney in this character-driven police thriller. While Steve was disappointed that this wasn’t the police procedural he thought it was setting out to be, JJ enjoyed this character-focused story on the human condition. But they both agree that the performances make this one worth adding to your list.

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