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the acting was great but the story was kinda forgettable.
A smart and effective psychological thriller. The films lack of resolution only adds to the suspense and the feeling that any scene may be on film.
A contest on the surface but underneath a dark spectacle on desperation and human nature. Great performances and direction by pollack.
Fantastic documentary about the legendary japanese director Yasujiro Ozu and Japan's culture by Wim Wenders, all shot with the feel of a chris Marker film. Very highly recommended.
Absolutely stunning masterpiece of modern noir and action. Refn has made the type of film every other car themed action film wishes it was. Also a great mix of 80s style music, acting (Albert Brooks gives arguably his best performance of his career, and Ryan Gosling is great without trying too hard to be badass), and noir. Once the film gets going it's amazing. The beginning is a little slow and the violence is very over the top to the point of being almost comical, but those are my only two very minor complaints. 10/10.
The best film to ever come from Canada. Brilliant Coming of Age film that's heavy on mood and character.
Robert Bresson is one of those directors whom you can never get confused with another director for how distinct their films are. De Sica is the only other director I can think of who is close to Bresson in style.
Very unique premise with a great bitter sweet ending.
A Nearly perfect Film Noir. The genre doesn't come much better than this classic.
Has it's moments of hilarity.
Not an easy watch because its extremely slow but its a visual tour de force of unforgettable images.
Pure Jacques Becker, slow to start but becomes great. Its pure film noir with an incredable stylized use of shadows and darkness you come to expect and love from film noir with a pure harass performance by Jean Gabon. (8/10).