"Is Diane Lane the most believable presence in contemporary American movies?" —Charles Taylor in last Sunday's NY Times review of the DVD release of what sounds like a terribly underrated and overlooked movie that I haven't seen but intend to now, KILLSHOT.
Like Taylor claims this movie is, Diane Lane too is a terribly underrated if not entirely overlooked great actress (has she won an Oscar yet?) In the same review he describes Lane as "personifying, as she often has, the hard-won grace of adulthood." Couldn't have said it better myself.