The Accountant

The Accountant is a short comedy film starring Ray McKinnon, Walton Goggins, and Eddie King in 2001. It was written and directed by Ray McKinnon which won an Oscar award for Best Live Action Short Film in 2002.


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Ray McKinnon

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    Anonymous
    May 27, 2018
    "This. Is. Amazing. It's laugh out loud funny. Writer, director, star McKinnon is fantastic. Goggins and King are fantastic. It's quirky as hell and McKinnon's performance as The Accountant is one you'll not forget. Take 40 minutes out of your life and watch this. At under ten bucks this a no-brainier blind buy for anyone who is a big fan of McKinnon or Goggins"
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    Anonymous
    July 24, 2018
    "It's so rare to see Walton star in the title role of a movie because he always plays supporting roles. This film is one of my favorites from him because it shows the audience what he can offer as an actor and I thoroughly enjoyed this movie."
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    Anonymous
    May 18, 2018
    "Yes, this movie looks very good. It won an Oscar and the reviews for the short film are very good. I would definitely watch this movie. I like to watch movies that have won awards. I feel that they are usually worth my time."
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    Anonymous
    May 17, 2018
    "I would not call this the best movie to watch online. It does appear to be a decent movie, but not the best short film that first comes to mind."
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