Daniel Corleone - wrote on 09/24/12
Alan and Nancy Cowan (Waltz and Winslet) visit Michael and Penelope Longstreet (Reilly and Foster) to discuss the incident of their children. Foster and Winslet keeps this somewhat dull film interesting because of their natural and incredibly sensational acting. The support was their, direction solid, score descent but this reviewer is not a fan of single location movies. Some good lines from the really enticing screenplay: Alan - "Morally you're supposed to overcome your impulses, but there are times you don't want to overcome them." Nancy - "ny man that doesn't have those loner vibes just doesn't come off as having any substance." Carnage is about inner demons, reconciliation, time usage, human flaws and feelings.