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not so bad movie about a terrible cop
Harvey Keitel delivers one of his career's best as the titular self-loathing and unredeemable corrupted cop given a short glimpse of redemption in a close encounter with a raped nun but only to be taken away as a retribution for his sins.
This is not a crime thriller or police procedure, but a drama with elements of those genres in it. It's a disorienting, one-way trip to hell that is uncomfortable to watch, but truly rewarding for fans of Keitel and subtly deliberate character studies.
A hell of a film. Bad Lieutenant is extremely gritty and disturbing, with a fantastically committed performance from Harvey Keitel and an "independent as fuck" feel. It definitely meanders, though, and there is WAY too much talk of baseball, but overall Bad Lieutenant is a movie that deserves to exist.
Nah, a lot of really long scenes with the same lines repeated or silence. Random scenes to confuse you and a bad wookie noise.
1958 Was 34 Years Old In 1992 And 1923 Was 69 Years Old In 1992.
Story about a narcissistic gambler alcoholic cop. Harvey Keitel is brilliant and should have won an award. Not many actors can kneel in the middle of a church crying and be convincing. One of my favorite movies.
A film designed to make you sick. It's part moral tale, part neo-noir. Ferrara crafted an extremely unlikeable film with obnoxious characters, but realistic enough to make you think about the consequences of your each action if you don't learn to repent.
raw and brutal. independant film must-have with a indy film darling in Harvey Keitel.
Bad Lieutenant (1992) C-96m. ??? D: Abel Ferrara. Harvey Keitel, Victor Argo, Paul Calderon. Drab, bleak, but effectual look at immoral policeman's investigation of young nun's deflowering. How much you enjoy this film will depend on how much you sympathize with Kietel--and how much you stomach his wrong decisions; not entirely successful, but still interesting. Rated NC-17 for full-frontal Keitel.