I wanted to see my alma mater. Its a lot smaller than I remember. I got in my first big fight over there. The fights were bigger than the games…
Y’know I knew this kid who went here. I used to love getting him stoned, just to hear the crazy shit he’d say. During the games he used to sit on the visiting side, cheer his ass off for ‘em. He’d get beat up every week during football season. Couldn’t fight to save his life. He was probably the toughest guy I ever met though. I used to love fighting for him.
The Wolf and the Dog: The Red Road 1.02
Jason Momoa is by far the highlight of “The Red Road
from Review: Sundance stumbles with ‘The Red Road’
[Jason Momoa’s charisma can only do so much for pokey Jersey crime story]
by Alan Sepinwall: Feb 26, 2014
Through all of these twisted and tormenting turns, Momoa commands every scene. He is a force of nature that outshines and overcomes the occasional plot hole or misfire found in The Red Road. The Red Road is his showcase and worth the watch simply because he’s in it.
Jason Momoa’s Impressive Lead Performance Drives Sundance’s ‘The Red Road’
Antenna Free TV 4th March 2014
Sundance Channel‘s second original scripted series The Red Road debuts Stateside on February 27. In a move that dovetails with the launch of the Sundance London film and music festival, and as Sundance ups its international profile, the six-part series will premiere simultaneously on Sundance Channel on April 24 in Latin America, the Middle East, North Africa, and European territories including France, Iberia, Benelux, Poland and CEE.