Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Made with care, authenticity and attention to detail.
It is one of the best and, curiously, most beautiful American movies in recent years.
Leonard Kastle brings a spare dignity and genuine depth of characterization to his exploitation subject.
depicts crime and violence as a moral vacuum that draws in the narcissistic and the pathetic without ever moralizing or preaching
The reputation of this intriguing cult item far exceeds the Trivial Pursuit tidbits that it was a personal favorite of Francois Truffaut and that Martin Scorsese was the original director until he was fired 10 days into production.
Kastle is a born filmmaker with an uncanny feeling for the startling close-up and the excruciating long-take
Shot in a grainy grey and white helps to give the film an amateurish and at the same time realistic feel, particularly as it's based on true events. With standout performances from Lo Bianco and Stoler, this is a forgotten gem.
The filmmakers have refused to romanticize the brutality of the criminals at the heart of the film.
A pulp classic ranking near the top of its particular post-Hays Code, pre-MPAA moment.
Small in scale and realistic in style, this gritty picture, about a couple who murder lonelyhearts women, is charged with piercing intelligence and amazing intensity.
Made in 1969, "The Honeymoon Killers" presaged elements of David Lynch's filmic approach, and clearly informed John McNaughton's similarly-themed stomach-churner film "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer." Romantic dysfunction never looked so banal, brutal
A richly drawn disturbing film that never seemed exploitative.
There are some very funny moments, but it's long for its subject matter, and not as shocking as I had hoped it would be. If this were a horror film it would have done a lot better.
I live in a country where people will inform you that Pulp Fiction is action, American Psycho is horror, Eternal Sunshine is comedy, Donnie Darko is witty, and the Honeymoon Killers is drama. well, what was i supposed to expect? its pretty hilarious.
Not particularly good.
One of the most bizarre episodes in the annals of American Crime.
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