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Natasha Marchev 3 years ago
review: http://bohemianrhapsodyclub.weebly.com/la-premiere
Davis Keck over 3 years ago
My eyes got tired from rolling so much.
Jonathan Evans over 3 years ago
Good cop, bad cop, crazy cop and smooth cop. Oh and there's a journalist too.
Lachie Munro over 3 years ago
Interesting twists and story structure, not sure if I would enjoy it a second time.
Guy Meltzer over 3 years ago
good plot, crowe's character is very well developed I think
Tony Gandía over 4 years ago
Shrewd, high-caliber, absorbing police drama with top-notch performances
Daniel Jones over 5 years ago
You won't find a better "modern" noir film out there. Stunning from start to finish.
daniel over 5 years ago
The book has way more depth and is overall better, but still a very good period piece.
Nino D almost 6 years ago
Wow, wa wa wow, a must watch, Guy Pierce, Kevin Spacey 2 guys born to play thrillers
Grant davies 6 years ago
very good script. great film
Iain MacLeod 6 years ago
I got lost at some point in the plot, bores me every time. Not thing.
Robyn Hamilton 6 years ago
Maybe it's just me but I was completely lost plot-wise for basically the whole movie.
Andy Whitfield over 6 years ago
Simply brilliant.
Petar Mate almost 7 years ago
Really interesting movie... Excellent acting.
Adam Meehan over 7 years ago
Love the music and some great performances.
Glen Maddern over 7 years ago
Really interesting, but I don't think it's as good as everyone says.
Don Lathrop 29 days ago
Leslie Gay 11 months ago
L.A. Confidential is a 1997 American film based on James Ellroy's 1990 novel of the same title, the third book in his L.A. Quartet. Both the book and the film tell the story of a group of LAPD officers in the 1950s, and the intersection of police corruption and Hollywood celebrity. The film adaptation was produced and directed by Curtis Hanson and co-written by Hanson and Brian Helgeland. At the time, Australian actors Guy Pearce and Russell Crowe were relatively unknown in North America, and one of the film's backers, Peter Dennett, was worried about the lack of established stars in the lead roles. However, he supported Hanson's casting decisions and this gave the director the confidence to approach Kevin Spacey, Kim Basinger, and Danny DeVito. Critically acclaimed, the film holds a 99% rating at Rotten Tomatoes with 85 out of 86 reviews positive and average rating of 8.6 out of 10, as well as an aggregated rating of 90% based on 28 reviews on Metacritic. It was nominated for nine...
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