DIGITAL CODE GIVEAWAY: Kevin Coster and Diane Lane in combustable thriller LET HIM GO


James Clay//Film Critic

Directed by: Thomas Bezucha
Starring: Diane LaneKevin CostnerLesley ManvilleKayli CarterBooboo StewartJeffrey DonovanWill BrittainRyan BruceAdam Stafford

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment is releasing a Blu-ray combo pack of the Kevin Coster and Diane Lane thriller LET HIM GO (Bluray/DVD/Digital) on Tuesday, February 2nd. (Available on Digital Now) Fresh Fiction has three digital copies to give away. Information on how to get yours is below, along with information on the release


The rules are simple: Email with your name and full mailing address (Note: U.S. addresses only and no PO boxes). Title your email subject: “LET HIM GO Giveaway” In the body of the email, since Kevin Costner is one of cinema’s most reliable dads we’d like you to tell us your favorite movie dad and why. Make sure to be creative and descriptive as possible. The giveaway is active now until Tuesday, February 2nd at noon, central time.

Here’s an excerpt from FreshFiction’s full review by Courtney Howard which you can find here.

Bezucha, who, similar to Joel Schumacher, spring-boarded from fashion into filmmaking, has done fairly well so far exploring different facets of the romcom genre. After his directorial debut BIG EDEN, he made a splash with THE FAMILY STONE, which centered on one tight-knit family’s holiday hijinks and balanced heart and humor adeptly. His follow-up feature MONTE CARLO took what appeared to be a superficial Selena Gomez vehicle and made it into a charming, empowering romcom about a young woman not solely chasing after a cute boy, but finding herself in the process. So it’s fascinating to see what he’s done in the grief-revenge milieu adapting Watson’s stinging novel into a bone dry, blistering drama. Yet he’s in a little over his head fashioning anything unique out of the material, which in his hands is tonally unwieldy and unforgiving.

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James C. Clay

James Cole Clay has been working as a film critic for the better part of a decade covering new releases, blu ray reviews and the occasional drive-in cult classic. His writing is dedicated to discovering social politics through diverse voices, primarily focusing on Women In Film and LGBTQ cinema.