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Kosala Liyanage over 1 year ago
They did it before the Matrix made it cool.
Eric Brainard over 1 year ago
Underrated late 90s gem. Must see if you like mystery with dark atmosphere. City never...
Natasha Marchev almost 4 years ago
review: http://bohemianrhapsodyclub.weebly.com/la-premiere.html
Miles Ross over 4 years ago
Would have been top class if it hadn't been for the terrible fight scene.
Austin 5 years ago
Terrific visuals and atmosphere although the script certainly could've been improved.
Matthew Bettencourt 5 years ago
Beautifully constructed nightmarish film with a thought-provoking story.
Nicolas Pinet almost 6 years ago
Disturbingly awesome
Griffin Maurer almost 6 years ago
A unique if dated noir thriller. Well acted and strange. Some pacing issues here and there
Halas Marko 6 years ago
Really thoughtful film.
Yll Abdyli almost 7 years ago
Christopher 7 years ago
Very original for way back when.
Dan Strong 7 years ago
Sucks you in *SPOILERS* A whacked out, grimdark precursor to The Matrix. Loved it.
Andy Whitfield 7 years ago
This film gets better and more interesting with every viewing. Soundtrack is great, too.
Jaya Wardono over 7 years ago
Really liked this sci-fi
Davide MrBlonde 7 months ago
Don Lathrop 9 months ago
Branden M almost 2 years ago
Niaal Holder over 2 years ago
Kayley Sage over 2 years ago
Iulia M over 2 years ago
Dark City is a 1998 neo-noir science fiction film directed by Alex Proyas. It was adapted from a screenplay written by Proyas, David S. Goyer and Lem Dobbs. The film stars Rufus Sewell, Kiefer Sutherland, Jennifer Connelly, and William Hurt. Sewell plays John Murdoch, a man suffering from amnesia who finds himself accused of murder. Murdoch attempts to discover his true identity to clear his name while on the run from the police and a mysterious group known only as the "Strangers". The majority of the film was shot at Fox Studios Australia. It was jointly produced by New Line Cinema and Mystery Clock Cinema. New Line Cinema and New Line Home Video commercially distributed the theatrical release and home media respectively. The studio was concerned that the audience would not understand the film and asked Proyas to add an explanatory, voice-over narration to the introduction. The film premiered in the United States on February 27, 1998, performed poorly at the box office, and received...
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