A mildly pleasant film with two charming leads.
I'm a big fan of Robert Forster, and he didn't let me
down here. Though I don't recall seeing much of
Donnie Wahlberg prior, I've enjoyed his brother
Mark's acting work. And yes, Donnie nailed the part
of the good hearted squirrel.
I liked the repartee, I liked the heart of the
film, but this is essentially a road picture with a
slow pulse of a pace. Perhaps this is because I
screened it on DVD or perhaps it's the cover of the
DVD which included money, a gun, and handcuffs. The
implication is a "Get Shorty" type of film, however
"Diamond Man" is more of a buddy/character
Though it's not a film of twists, the one at the
end seemed out of the place and essentially not
necessary. In fact, in some ways it dilutes the