The Informers (2009)
Critic Consensus: As miserable and insipid as its protagonists, The Informers fails to provide anything to think about after the sheen of fake blond is gone.
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Critic Reviews for The Informers
Rating less than zero on the sophistication scale, The Informers is thus a totally faithful adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' novel--and an accurate look at early '80s-era Los Angeles.
We may not care about these cokeheads, but only rarely does Jordan fall into knee-jerk retribution.
This just felt like a bunch of people in 1980s L.A. with blonde streaks in their hair listening to Wang Chung.
Gorgeous people and some well written dialogue aren't enough to make this a movie you should see.
It's by far the most slack, ho-hum movie ever made from Ellis' material.
Audience Reviews for The Informers
Great performances in a desolate story by Bret Easton Ellis about moral decay amidst society glamour in the Los Angeles of 1983, showing rich people living of sex, drugs, power, wealth and fame, and the misery of their lives.
"The Informers" is not so much a movie as it is a series of uneventful (and unconnected) scenes in which a bunch of unlikeable characters do drugs and have sex. What fun! If I must call it a film, it's the most shallow, dull and annoying one I've seen in ages. I can't beleive that so much acting talent is present in such trash. Avoid this like the plague.