It might have been premature. In James Gray 's new film of the same name, the battle for control of the night is undecided, and brothers from the same family find themselves on opposite sides. Joaquin Phoenix plays Bobby Green, not his real name, as the manager of a thriving Brooklyn nightclub, moving smoothly through the crowds every night, meeting and greeting, keeping an eye on everything, loved by a beautiful girlfriend Eva Mendes. The club is owned by a Russian emigre named Marat Bujayev Moni Moshonov , whose smile seems sincere, but who is said to control the area's drug traffic.
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What if your own family stood in the way of everything you worked for? Bobby Green Joaquin Phoenix has forsaken his name to escape his family and their tradition in law enforcement to pursue his ambitions as a Brooklyn nightclub owner. As he turns a blind eye to the drug dealers around him, he comes face to face with the family he abandoned when his brother Mark Wahlberg and father Robert Duvall crack down on the club. Now Bobby must choose a side. Is he going to turn informant or will he help run the biggest crime ring in New York history? In We Own the Night , Joaquin Phoenix, whose eyes burn with sullen anger even when he's looking at the woman he loves, plays Bobby Green, a nightclub manager in the s who gets caught between his blood family he tried to leave behind--a long line of police officers--and his chosen family of friends and business partners, who turn out to be drug dealers. His father Robert Duvall and brother Mark Wahlberg want Bobby to help their investigation, but Bobby resists--until the conflict takes a brutal turn. The familiarity of the movie's territory dilutes its impact, but the plot of We Own the Night remains unpredictable, the performances have a clean vitality, and Gray's moody visual style brings some life to the genre. Phoenix Walk the Line dives into his role, sifting through layers of guilt and familial resentment; Wahlberg and Duvall play parts they've essentially played a dozen times, but do so with commitment and integrity.