I like Eric Bana, dude's underrated in my book, and I don't mind him as a villain, he was definitely enjoying himself, but his good and evil were a little uneven. He has no problem shooting guys in the face, or killing someone for their snowmobile (loved the loss of his finger), but then he's got a soft spot for kids and a woman in a sour relationship--he even throws some money down in her purse before leaving. Don't get me wrong, I love a villain I can love, but he never comes off as pure evil, despite trying to sell himself that way. Charlie (Jax) Hunnam pretty much plays his SONS OF ANARCHY counterpart, Jax Teller, here with the exception of being a boxer rather than a biker (he even does the Jax strut. I love that). The rest of the cast are all great, but "ho-hum" and for God sakes stop putting Treat Williams in movies, he's all kinds of terrible.
DEADFALL suffers from unoriginal material littered with cliches, oddities (what was up with that kid telling Bana to leave his sister alone? That shit was creepy as hell) and so much predictability it's painful. Even the presence of Olivia Wilde's boob wasn't enough to change my mind (it was the highlight of the film though). The love story Wilde and Hunnam "create" is way too forced and unbelievable considering how action packed with issues Wilde's character is (I mean seriously, after GAME OF THRONES hit TV every story seems to have a little incest in it). Jay's family issues felt awkward (loved Jay's parents despite it all) and the whole Daddy/daughter cop crap was just plain lame (like he'd really go in there guns blazing like that). I loved Bana's dialogue and again, he was enjoying his role, this being pretty much the only thing worth seeing in this movie...and Olivia's boob.
Behind the Scenes Footage: There's eight minutes of snowy weather on set. I'm Canadian, I even I think it looks damn cold out there.
AXS TV: A Look at Deadfall: We get a five minute promo reel with bits of the film as well as cast input which is pretty much already covered in their interviews.
Previews: There's a theatrical trailer for the film as well as a handful of other previews.