This image released by Open Road Films shows Chiwetel Ejiofor, left, Gal Gadot in a scene from "Triple 9." (Bob Mahoney/Open Road Films via AP)
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"Triple 9" has everything going for it, and that's it biggest handicap. This tale of gangsters and crooked cops in Atlanta has got a murderer's row of acting talent – Casey Affleck, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kate Winslet, and Woody Harrelson among them – an alluringly dark premise, and bombastic bursts of greatness. The talented and endlessly watchable cast helps the confusing story chug along, even after you've given up hope of really understanding what exactly is going on or caring about any of the characters in the film.Casey Affleck, in particular, proves once again that not only is he the more talented Affleck brother, but could also be one of the greats of his generation if he could just find films and roles worthy of his gift.
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