L.A. Confidential Reviews
When we see what attraction we hold for our fellow officer to show those their rightful place to go beyond the law. When we see for others what attracts them to law are being in such place they hold the badge to its highest regard when its meant for righteousness¬†& justice. When what we see such places of law hold are places those are attracted to, when its violence, corruption, women, loyalty, righteousness and payouts. When there are plenty of news in such places we don't see and do see to know what is out is attracted¬†what's happening out and what's in is attracted to whats in when those who got a good thing they don't want to be on the out and out and in and out.¬†
A well set out webs of sub-plots that is ready to flip on cue with some awe-struck moments and brilliant performances, L.A. Confidential is that rare crime-drama that puts spotlight on scary issues.
'L.A. Confidential' is an excellent crime-noir, and has all the ingredients you would expect from such a genre: great acting, a twisty-turney overly-complicated plot, a love interest, and plenty of shoot-outs. It's well-made and engaging, and features a classic score and impressive cinematography. It's not perfect - the ending is a little weak, I thought. Without spoiling anything, I think it would have been much better to reveal the truth instead, and this would have been more in-line with the characters also. Despite this, it's still a great watch and a classic noir that should be seen.