Story: The Devil All The Time (2020) followed a young man, Arvin Russell, who learned to fight to protect himself and worked hard to protect his loved ones in a city full of corruption and sinister people.
Based on the adaptation of Donald Ray Pollox’s 2011 novel of the same name, The Devil All the Time is a movie audiobook that will take you on a long journey full of evil people and those who should Dead people. Assassins, biblical cheaters, veterans, injured offspring, and corrupt police officers were injured.
Bill Skarsgård As Willard Russell
Every part of the movie makes you doubt the characters, their sanity and the plot of the movie, but the always present narrator makes it easier to see the direction Antonio Campos wants the movie to take. There are many characters that need to be guarded, and the story must be told. It is easy to make people lose sight of the purpose of the film, but thanks to the wonderful narrative of writer Donald Ray Pollox, the audience has their place.
Robert Pattinson As Reverend Preston Teagardin
The children in the movie suffered the mistakes of their parents and fell into the same cycle of helplessness. What all the characters have in common is to praise the Lord in different ways, and finally convince you that this may be the Lord’s aim to end all demons with the beginning of evil.
Tom Holland As Arvin Russell
Sebastian Stan As Sheriff Lee Bodecker
The star lineup of “Devil All Time 2020” includes some of today’s iconic characters, including Tom Holland, Bill Skarsgard, Riley Keogh, Jason Clark, Sebastian Stein, Hai Li Bennett, Alisha Scanlon, Mia Vosikovska and Robert Pattinson. Characters rarely have time to tell stories on screen, but talented actors do their best to give the portrait a deeper meaning. It’s hard to imagine that Robert is a double voice Southern priest, but it’s hard to see Tom lose his shaky Southern accent in the first five minutes of his appearance.
However, this has no effect on the film. Instead, it’s a chaotic narrative, jumping between timelines to create a pot thriller we don’t understand. The film itself is lost, and there is a reason for trying to convince the audience. He was very naive to his violent behavior, but he paid too much attention to the consequences. Overall, “The Devil All The Time” (2020) is not boring at best, but it can be bigger and more elegant.