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Miller's Crossing Reviews

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September 10, 2014
Miller's Crossing depicts a stylish and brutal battlefield where the heart combats the mind for the very meaning of friendship and sacrifice. Dense and complicated, the film rewards those who watch it with as much care and detail as it's filmmakers spent to craft it.
August 27, 2014
Excellent screenplay, a original version from Yojimbo. The Coen´s are good writters and directors since the beggining.
August 24, 2014
"Miller's Crossing" é até certo momento uma óptima renovação do filme de gangsters, ainda por cima beneficiado por diálogos acutilantes e uma tensão sombria e hilariante, que tem sido a marca dos irmãos Coen, desde que os conhecemos. Mas, se há filmes ganhos pelo puro exagero dos Coen ("Barton Fink", "No Country for Old Men"), este é um daqueles em que as peças começam a descolar umas das outra, quando o exagero toma conta de uma narrativa de rivalidades que não é nada fácil de acompanhar (e engolir). Fica longe de ser um dos meus favoritos dos Coen.
July 31, 2013
never been a huge coen's fan but surely this is worth a viewing no country for old men was pretty bad ass also fargo/ re4-4.5
July 27, 2014
'Friendship is a state of mind'
April 21, 2014
One of the most stylish and original gangster flick ever made. The Coens at their very best.
July 16, 2014
It had it's moments, Gabriel Bryne is an almost perfect fit for the role, the film looked good but I felt a lot of the exciting parts were overdone and overall the film was boring.
June 8, 2014
A brilliant gangster film, with an excellent story and a great cast.
June 1, 2014
Damn good 1930's gangsta shit from the Coen bros, very well shot and some great shoot outs
October 27, 2007
Perfectly complex. Watch it over and over to get all the subtleties of who's lying to who. The multiple nicknames that the characters have for each other and the layers of lies make this a real mental workout. Great performances, cinematography, and music. The low shots. The hats.
April 14, 2014
This early Coen brothers flick set the stage for the style they would further develop in their later movies. In true Coen brothers fashion, this is a character study, with witty dialogue and punctuated with comedic deaths that border on the satirical.
April 3, 2014
Beautifully shot, wonderfully crafted, Miller's Crossing is a compelling gangster film that requires repeated viewing.
March 22, 2014
A noir classic , "Miller's Crossing" is a great piece of art by the Coen brothers , it is visually stylish and artistic although it does not possess the sense of suspense, dread or the strength of the story itself. The screenplay is not top notch , although the performances are. Never the less this piece with its art and authenticity is enough to make it an enjoyable watch
February 20, 2014
Leave it to the Coen brothers to make a warm, graceful crime thriller. For all the blood and tears throughout, Miller's Crossing is an oddly tender film about strong, variably intelligent, nasty people for whom the ends justify the means.
Tommy Wiseau
February 15, 2014
Not nearly as good as people have made it out to be.
February 13, 2014
A movie with a bunch of parts in it.
April 8, 2007
Killer gangster movie infused with the Coens' air for visual gymnastics and beautifully quotable dialogue. And I don't think I ever seen a hero get the crap kicked out of him quite as often as Gabriel Byrne in this flick.
February 6, 2014
Imagine Robert Duvall sequel story from godfather.. the film must be like this! Gabriel Bryne persona is unforgettable
January 15, 2013
Miller's crossing is a film that on first viewing is a masterpiece. It's performances' are top notch, it's script is crisp and fitting for the period, and the direction and cinematography ooze style. It's not until a second viewing that the film starts to fall apart a bit; don't get me wrong, I still like the film it's just not as good as it first appears to be.
The acting is probably the best part of the film. Gabriel Byrne plays play's the part of Tommy perfectly. He's able to exude confidence with every mannerism, but he also plays the part of the gangster with such vulnerability. It's truly a great performance. Equally as great is Albert Finney. His performance is almost pure macho, but at the same time he's clueless to what's going on around him and the consequences of his actions; something that's apparent in the final scene. John Turturro gives his best performance as a whinny little coward, Bernie. is portrait is sympathetic, but also scummy at the same time. It's easy to see why Tommy is so conflicted about this man, and you never know what going on inside his head.
Screenplay wise, the film never knows what it wants to be. This is less an insult to the film, but more of a compliment. The film truly transcends being part of one genre. It has elements of 30's gangster films, but also 40's Noire. Thanks to some stylish direction from the Coen's, the film works. It mixes both genres into one, and it flows perfectly.
Now, my one major complaint is the ending. It seems that after all the murder, double crossings, back stabbings, and romance, that by the end the film ends right where it started. It almost seems like a waste of time. But, the film makes up for this with it's sharp dialogue, stylish action, and impressive performances.
Miller's Crossing may be a case of style over substance, but with style like this, why complain? It may not be one of the Coen's best, but it still a damn good film.
January 19, 2014
While it isn't the best gangster film ever and certainly doesn't come close to the other gangster movie released in 1990, Goodfellas, Miller's Crossing is a gripping and well acted, my favorites being Albert Finney as the clueless, not very intelligent mob boss Leo and John Turturro as the slime ball, somewhat cowardly Bernie. The cinematography was impressive and some of the tense scenes with biting dialogue among characters were jaw-droppingly well done Miller's Crossing is a great film from the brilliant directors, the Coen Brothers.
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