The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Cut down to its essentials, that's just about all it is: in short. It can only be fully recommended to those who have a deep and morbid interest in crime.
Visually splendid film noir thriller shot in New York City.
Probably a minor Mann, but still very much worth seeing.
...bristles with sharp angles, playful juxtapositions of light and shadow, and every facet of film noir you would expect to find in the very best of the breed.
The film's title is a reference to its entwined physical and moral frameworks.
A taut film noir.
Solid noir features excellent NYC locations and a unique car chase sequence.
One of Anthony Mann's last and great film noir pieces that seems to borrow quite a bit from Naked City. Mann's direction overshadows the just there performances by Farley Granger, Cathy O'Donnell and the rest of the cast. Mann sets up some spectacular shots of late 40s New York City. The uneven and bouncy script start to take away from Side Street until that final brilliant car chase (which ultimately won me over) goes down. Great opening titles too.
Anthony man delivers a great noir starring Farley Granger.
Great Early Car Chase
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