The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Good use of the streets of San Francisco, and you can see the film's influence on Peter Bogdanovich's rather artsier 1967 offering Targets.
... straddles the studio model of storytelling and the immediacy of low-budget location shooting...
It's absolutely terrified that its messages will pass by unnoticed.
Trazendo uma importante mensagem acerca da responsabilidade do Estado ao lidar com criminosos mentalmente instáveis, o filme conta com uma direção impecável de Dmytryk e uma atuação amargurada e intensa de Franz.
A little dated now, especially the nervous documentary-style camerawork which soon outstays its welcome, The Sniper's thriller mechanics nevertheless work efficiently.
The film's message blaming society for the serial killer's actions was not well received by the public.
a really good suspenseful film if a little preachy. pretty violent for 1952. adolphe menjou gives a fine performance
Really really weak. The Sniper is completely unengaging but makes no futile effort to make its protagonist likable even in the slightest. Edward Dmytryk does some interesting camera work that almost begins to venture into film noir territory but eventually wimps out. Then the filmmakers have the gall to start pointing fingers by making the audience think after they've bored them.
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