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      • "Red Riding: 1980" is more focused than its predecessor, largely in part due to superior direction and outstanding cinematography. Paddy Considine turns in a solid performance, which is masterful in its own way. Overall, the film isn't has haunting as the one that came before it, but it's much more riveting. Stephen E Super Reviewer
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  2. Red Riding: 1980 - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

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    1980 isn't a placeholder by any means, but it suffers by its middle placement, lacking the newness of the first film or the cumulative satisfactions of the last. Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/4

  3. "Red Riding: 1980" is the movie in which the trilogy comes into its own. Gone is the uneven pacing associated with the first film. The film itself is sturdier than it's predecessor especially as its pace tightens with Marsh displaying a palpable mastery of tension.

  4. Red Riding: 1980 (2009) - Rotten Tomatoes

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    "Red Riding: 1980" is more focused than its predecessor, largely in part due to superior direction and outstanding cinematography. Paddy Considine turns in a solid performance, which is masterful...

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  5. Red Riding: 1980 | Reelviews Movie Reviews

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    A movie review by James Berardinelli The middle segment of the Red Riding trilogy, Red Riding: 1980, represents the best of the three films - a taut, bleak perspective of the power of pervasive corruption.

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  6. REVIEW – Red Riding : 1980 (2009) | Ruthless Culture

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    May 12, 2009 · If Red Riding : 1974 is a film about the first bite at the apple of original sin then Red Riding : 1980 is the ensuing gag reflex. Red Riding Trilogy DVD Box Art As with 1974 , 1980 is film that is not defined by what goes on in its foreground.

  7. BRIANORNDORF.COM: Film Review - Red Riding: 1980

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    Feb 03, 2010 · More directly communicated than the previous installment, “1980” benefits from calmer direction and a better class of actors, while gradually drawing out an additional serial killer tale that goes beyond journalistic investigation to pry open the black heart of the local law.

  8. Amazon.com: Customer reviews: Red Riding 1980

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    Red Riding 1980 › Customer reviews; Customer reviews. 4.3 out of 5 stars. 4.3 out of 5. 56 global ratings. 5 star 62% 4 star 19% ...

  9. RED RIDING: IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1980 – Dennis Schwartz ...

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    RED RIDING: IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1980 (director: James Marsh; screenwriters: from the novel by David Peace/Tony Grisoni; cinematographer: Igor Martinovic; editor: Jinx Godfrey; music: Dickon Hinchliffe; cast: Paddy Considine (Peter Hunter), Warren Clarke (Bill Molloy), James Fox (Philip Evans), Maxine Peake (Helen Marshall), Tony Pitts (John Nolan), David Morrisey (Maurice Jobson), Sean ...

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