Critic Review - EmanuelLevy.Com

Stylishly made but narratively hollow and dramatically derivative, Bryan Singer's neo-noir puzzle owes its existence to Tarantino.

September 1, 2006 Full Review Source: EmanuelLevy.Com | Comments (5)



Timmy Brown

Crumbs almighty! What a great expression! I shall forthwith vow to use the expression "puzzle-homage to Tarantino" (Obviously changing Tarantino for any director , as appropriate)in all my made up pretentious cinema conversations. I look forward to more expressions of this type. They confuse me, so they'll sure as hell confuse anyone who I'm trying to impress with my non-existent) knowledge of cinema - big thanks Mr Levy - 2shooz. P.S. Which bit of the narrative was hollow? I must have missed that profound lack as well. Tee hee.

Jul 3 - 02:05 PM

rotten b.

rotten bananas

LOL timmy2shooz is hilarious. best review ever written

Jul 9 - 12:20 PM

Lord Naseby

Lord Naseby

how is a B- a negative review?

Dec 17 - 08:24 AM

kevin w.

kevin wilson

this is NOTHING like tarantino, the only similarities is the genre. styled totally different.

Sep 23 - 06:25 AM

TheReal D.

TheReal D3bug

Obviously you have never seen a Tarantino film, let alone comprehended ANY film you have watched.

Sad and pathetic.

Jan 27 - 12:13 PM

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