Live by Night

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Taking fatherly advice is not in Joe Coughlin’s nature. Instead, the WWI vet is a self proclaimed anti-establishment outlaw, despite being the son of the Boston Police Deputy Superintendent. Joe’s not all bad, though; in fact, he’s not really bad enough for the life he’s chosen. Unlike the gangsters he refuses to work for, he has a sense of justice and an open heart, and both work against him, leaving him vulnerable time and againβ€”in business and in love. Driven by a need to right the wrongs committed against him and those close to him, Joe heads down a risky path that goes against his upbringing and his own moral code. Leaving the cold Boston winter behind, he and his reckless crew turn up the heat in Tampa. And while revenge may taste sweeter than the molasses that infuses every drop of illegal rum he runs, Joe will learn that it comes at a price.

18 Comments on “Live by Night”

  1. I know lots of people don't really see the same vision the creators did. It's just every time I get stuck at work and think about this movie. Something from it stands out and I'm like, oh yeah. I could brain storm ahead of time with someone I can talk to. Maybe there is a solution. I mean at first I really didn't like it because it has some opinionated aspects. But the more I think about it after the more I'm like, yeah, like those tunnels. It's actually got some layers you don't notice the first time watching it. Like the bishop chess thing that's kind of unexplained. There is always a bishop hiding in some parts.

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