The intense drama was increased by it being about recent events and well acted.
Micheal Shannon really controls the screen when he’s on it. He plays villain well, especially well in this film, showing both sides of the coin.
99 Homes expresses how everyone was effected by the economy drop and how using the excuse of keeping afloat as a way to let doing what you have to do corrupt you.
99 homes is about the corruption of Dennis Nash, played by Andrew Garfield as he does what he has to do to get back his home for his mom and his child, after it being taken away from by Rick Carver, played by Micheal Shannon. Ironically Dennis goes to work for the enemy becoming the very person that put him in this situation.
You can’t help to be emotional about 99 Homes, it’s a movie about a period in history but it’s so recent, you either are or know someone who has a story similar. Attacking such current events add to the drama and the tension of the movie.
It was interesting to watch this narration unfold and well acted by Micheal Shannon and Andrew Garfield. Very good watch.