Holland March (Ryan Gosling) is a down-on-his-luck private eye. Jackson Healy (Russell Crowe) is a hired enforcer who hurts people for a living. Together they investigate the apparent suicide of a fading porn star in 1970s Los Angeles. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Mongky M (us) wrote: The plots ran in the same pattern of many other comedic adventure films. Also, the jokes in the movie made no different. Actually this film itself was not bad, but i just can't see how it could become the so-called 'Phenomenal' like other people said.
Brent T (mx) wrote: A must see film. Really surprised and moved by this true story and the adaptation of it.
Joycelyn M (us) wrote: Pretty decent movie. Kept me interested. The fight scene at the end was a little dramatic but over good.
Private U (gb) wrote: Eg bleiv forfjamset med historia, p grunn av dei uventa tingane mellom karakterane.... og kunne ikkje ha visst om enden....wow! Eg bleiv forvirra!!
Jason R (nl) wrote: While not historically accurate, the cast is a lot of fun to watch. There are some really great shots and action sequences as well that make this worth a look. But overall, this a forgettable Western movie that loses it's charm near the end of the film.
kevin s (ru) wrote: fun but with a cast this good, it should have been better.
Pete G (de) wrote: Cant knock this film, great film and easy to watch, 2 fantastic leads
harry r (ca) wrote: Would be likable enough if not for its constant and hard to swallow self indulgence.
Sierra W (de) wrote: Wish it would have stuck closer to the source material. Aside from that, cool film.
Lyric B (ag) wrote: Mattie it's THRILLER!!!
David B (jp) wrote: Through the dark shadows and murky atmosphere, an incredibley brilliant little film takes place. Lovely and classic!
John K (ru) wrote: This films hilariously supports the idea of how much we hate work.
Isaac A (gb) wrote: Indeed this is not and will not be a Magnum opus. But it need not be so for whatever it may lack in content it sure more than makes up for in it's invariably colorful and thoroughly enjoyable cast.