The Rules of Film Noir
Matthew Sweet explores his rules of 1940s and 50s American film noir thrillers: *Choose a dame with no past and a hero with no future *Use no fiction but pulp fiction *See America through a stranger's eyes *Make it any colour as long as it's black *It ain't what you say, it's the way that you say it.
- Stars:Matthew Sweet, Sheri Chinen Biesen, Neil Brand, Sarah Churchwell, Roger Deakins, John Mathieson, George Pelecanos, Paul Schrader, Adrian Wootton,
- Director:Elaine Donnelly Pieper,
- Writer:Matthew Sweet
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(us) wrote: Hilarious fun family flick that even the kids will enjoy
(ca) wrote: strong contender for most emotionally devastating sex scene ever
(fr) wrote: Lacking the emotional intensity of some of Wayne Wang's prior movies, this film is merely an okay look at the relationships between immigrant children and their parents that doesn't bring much new to the subject. However, Henry O delivers some priceless looks.
(nl) wrote: It's fun doesn't make sense but it's fun
(fr) wrote: A good solid documentary style movie about one of the most popular bands ever formed. Tells a pretty good story, and if you are a fan of this band than you will definitely want to check this movie out.
(fr) wrote: The superficial melodrama never turns me in, thanks to the horrendous adaptation which turns the cast into a bunch of morons. The mere shining spots are James Spader, and of course, the legendary theme song.
(kr) wrote: Polyester was in "Odorama" and came with scratch and sniff cards! Priceless!!
(ca) wrote: Off-beat Italian Western that is very unique and one of Fulci's few westerns. Fulci creates his trademark dream-like mood (as he did in all his films, no matter the genre) and it is at turns funny, bizarre, horrific and sweet. Unlike anything else I have ever seen. The desert acid trip with the evil Chaco is particularly memorable. Overall an excellent film that only suffers from the soft-rock greek chorus soundtrack and some ridiculous dialogue.
(es) wrote: A must see high school football drama!
(nl) wrote: It is very disappointing to know that Selma received few nominations for Oscars, and none for acting, which is an outright travesty as Oyelowo is the best actor ever to play MLK Jr. The film may not be entirely accurate, but overall it captures the sentiment and dynamics of the time as well as the complexity of the characters.
(gb) wrote: Welp, I believe I may have found a movie that can rival "Manos: The Hands of Fate" as the worst horror movie of all time. Congratulations.