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The events occur amid the 2009 housing crisis, this film describes a drama anecdote about a lady called Cassie Fowler, a single parent filling in as a real estate broker. Notwithstanding her battles against this emergency of lodging, she enters a genuine inconvenience when she sees a murder, her life is going to flip around.
The pressure was on first time director Watson to let McBride loose. It's a shame. I'm not suggesting that he couldn't carry a picture, but here McBride is terribly one-note-a lunatic with zero redeeming qualities to shape him.
"Arizona" doesn't benefit from passes at intensity, doing just fine as a character study of unhinged types drowning in financial ruin while stuck in the middle of a town that was meant to represent paradise.