Directed by Steven Knight

I admire the bravery of the filmmakers, shooting the entire film within the confines of a moving car: low-budget filmmaking is still alive. Tom Hardy convincingly plays a man torn between his own morals, learning the hard way that you can never please everybody. Ultimately, it was a bit difficult to relate to Locke as the film went on, other than having that feeling of, “Damn, I’d really hate to be in his position.” A clever film, but one that just falls a bit shy of becoming a fully engaging experience.