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Excruciatingly we watch dark red trickle down a white shirt. This Martin Scorsese-produced, Stephen Frears-directed black comedy is one of the strongest adaptations of his work. John Cusack plays the lunk in question, a con-man who thinks he can get one over on his own mother, played with delicious savagery by Anjelica Huston.
Based loosely on actual events, the film brought a bracing verisimilitude to the cop flick, as Popeye bellows and brutalises his way through a criminal fraternity. The sequel is every bit as good. The film is bolstered by a number of high-strung set pieces; its combination of slasher-flick imagery, political intrigue and tragedy is intoxicating.
Pure panache and an admitted inspiration on such nobodies as Jim Jarmusch, Walter Hill and John Woo, Jean-Pierre Melville's cryptic thriller channels an almost abstract sense of fate and beauty. If you liked Drive , you've got homework.
At its core is actor Alain Delon's hitman: trenchcoat-clad, chiseled, a dude of few words. He glides through the film as if doomed; there's not an inch of fat on this plot, which never get sentimental, only colder and more aggressively on target.
The killer moment: Delon's assassin cruises on and off several Metro lines, even jumping a moving walkway to shake several different pursuers. The guy is smooth. In his most honest and heartfelt performance, the late Bill Paxton plays Dale Dixon, a small-town sheriff who dreams of escaping to the city. When word comes that a gang of notorious killers are headed his way, Dale tools up for battle, High Noon -style. The killer moment: The opening home invasion is still shocking in its offhand brutality.
A decade before his class-warfare masterpiece Parasite struck a global nerve, South Korean auteur Bong Joon-ho tapped his inner Hitchcock with this small-scale whodunit. Like its protagonist, the film is unafraid to explore the dark recesses of society, following Mother through a labyrinth of desperation, dead ends and, eventually, moral decay. But the greatest trick Bong pulls is forging an unquestioning empathy for the family at its center, even as things take an impossibly dark turn in the third act.
The killer moment : Mom takes a well-earned bus tour to the countryside and samples her own medicine as the credits roll. The main accusation leveled at Bigelow — that she condoned the use of torture in her depiction of the hunt for Osama bin Laden — is hardly borne out in a deeply unmisty-eyed look at U. Only Welles could pull off this literal fracturing of the image so confidently. The allegedly Buddhist opening epigraph is fake writer-director Jean-Pierre Melville simply made it up , but the sense of Zen purity that runs through this flawless French heist movie is wonderfully convincing.
As lean and meticulous as Japanese calligraphy, this is precision-tooled filmmaking. The killer moment: The silent robbery sequence is a minute master class in sustained tension. This brutal, rug-pulling revenge classic ushered the way for the likes of Chinatown and L.
Mercifully, it happens off-screen. Plus, it introduced the world to the cricket-obsessed comedic characters Charters and Caldicott, who went on to many more films and even a TV series. Villeneuve mounts spectacular set pieces the convoy sequence, shot by the great Roger Deakins, is a pulse-pounding standout , while also painting a bleaker picture of the lawless badlands than even Trump can muster.
Brian De Palma burnishes his Hitchcock fixation to a high sheen in this supremely confident New York City-set thriller, which features something of a surrogate character for the director himself: a teenage tech whiz Keith Gordon obsessed with cameras and spying devices who's bent on avenging the unsolved murder of his glamorous mother Angie Dickinson.
Trans movies have come a long way since this one. The killer moment: It's one of De Palma's purest sequences of total craft: a wordless flirtation between two strangers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art actually shot in Philly that becomes a missed connection, a painful rejection, then a chase. The dramatic world of ballet is fertile ground for an exploration of professional jealousy and obsession.
The killer moment: Warring prima donnas grapple in an intense, shape-shifting fight scene. With such over-the-top delirium, who could ever think of ballet as prissy? The Godfather and Goodfellas play more like studies in power than straight-up thrillers.
The killer moment: The unbearably suspenseful Battleship Potemkin -homaging Union Station shootout still sends our systolic readings through the roof. A treatise on the act of remembering, a study in loss and grief, and a story told both backward and forward, Memento ought to be impenetrable: a movie for the art house, not the multiplex. Huge respect is also due to leading man Guy Pearce, who at times seems to be holding the whole project together through sheer force of will.
Where is Linda Fiorentino these days? Watching her sleek seductress Bridget double-cross an abusive husband and manipulate her naive small-town boy toy with a playful shrug is a turn-on in itself. Jane Fonda gives an iconic performance as Bree, a prostitute who finds herself involved in a missing-person case being investigated by the titular detective Donald Sutherland. The killer moment: Late at night, Bree lies in bed as her phone rings and rings, and the camera zooms out slowly.
Never discount our need to laugh, especially when thrillers are involved. Nick and Nora Charles — crime-busting couple, doting dog owners and constant drinkers — are two of the wittiest creations to ever grace the genre.
William Powell and Myrna Loy were never better than they were in this film and its sequels. One might erroneously call The Thin Man a light entertainment but can you find a more romantic depiction of a working partnership, sass and all? The killer moment: All the murder suspects are gathered at a dinner table, as Nick holds court in a big reveal that goes sideways.
Want conflict? Take your pick between man vs nature, man vs hillbilly and man vs self. Humphrey Bogart is a Dixon Steele, a tempestuous screenwriter who may have committed a murder in this Hollywood-set slice of noirish excellence. Dixon and his neighbour turned lover, Laurel Gloria Grahame , make for a compelling and tricky pair, and the fog of moral ambiguity that surrounds them keeps us on our toes until a dramatic final twist.
I died when she left me. I lived a few weeks while she loved me. As Hitchcockian as ultra-chic blondes come, the rough-edged murder suspect Catherine Tramell made Sharon Stone an ageless star overnight. With her husband Sam Neill stranded on a distant sinking boat, our flame-haired heroine gets resourceful, with plenty of shocks along the way. The killer moment: Husband and wife, each in an unstable vessel, attempt to communicate by radio and every word, barely heard, could be their last.
Ultimately a breaker of one of the most central tenets of the home-invasion thriller no telling , Michael Haneke's sickening landmark of pure nihilism remains the hardest of his films to squirm through — and this is the guy who made The Piano Teacher. Advice: If a pair of preppy strangers appears at your door asking to borrow some eggs, turn them away.
Haneke truly believes in indicting our bloodlust; he remade this film, shot for shot, with Naomi Watts in A cultural depth charge of vigilante-cop brutality, neo- High Noon cynicism and an extra long. It also made a huge star out of Clint Eastwood, hardened into iconic fury. The third Dr Mabuse film came nearly 30 years after The Testament of Dr Mabuse and more than four decades after the malevolent medic unleashed his first foul scheme in Dr Mabuse: The Gambler.
Director Fritz Lang dispenses with his anti-Nazi allegories to craft a byzantine story in which the not-so-good doctor Wolfgang Preiss has every room in a hotel under surveillance. With gadgets aplenty and paranoia rife, it feels like a forebear to a whole generation of techno-thrillers: Enemy of the State and even, dare we say it, Sliver. A high-angle shot isolates the suddenly motionless car.
Its essential theme — the need to seek the truth — exemplifies the chaotic, activism-defined moment in which it was released, and rings urgently true in our era of fake news and government corruption. The killer moment: Right-wing thugs in a truck speed toward a circle of protestors and beat a peaceful politician with a club.
The killer moment: A cable-car fight is an exercise in white-knuckle excitement, despite looking like it was rear-projected in the MGM parking lot. A central piece of Watergate-era thrill-mongering, The Parallax View joins director Alan Pakula's earlier Klute and later All the President's Men in a trilogy with no equal for state-of-the-nation gloominess.
Warren Beatty plays a crusading reporter who takes a deep dive into a secret organisation of political assassins; unwittingly, he has no idea how much they'd like to welcome him among their ranks. The killer moment: Beatty's Joe Frady goes for an interview: He's led to a screening room where, Ludovico-style, he's subjected to one of the most radical silent montages ever presented by a Hollywood film.
Two men meet, entirely by chance. The result is witty, strange and endlessly fascinating. The thrills here leave a high body count, but are tempered by a sizable dose of existentialism, and the reliably great Isabelle Huppert brings welcome mischief to the role of a young mistress.
Quentin Tarantino tipped his hat to these villains — Mr. Blue, Mr. Green, Mr. Grey and Mr. Brown — in Reservoir Dogs. Unforgivably, the Tony Scott remake ditched the brilliant final twist. This French-language adaptation of her signature novel The Talented Mr. Leading man Alain Delon is stunning in his first major role, perhaps the epitome of male beauty on screen. The killer moment: The shocking first murder: sun, sex and premeditated stabbing.
Tokyo, A heat wave rips through the city, and a rookie policeman has his gun stolen by a pickpocket on a crowded trolley. Shamed into action, he pursues the weapon across the city, uncovering a major gun-running ring. The killer moment: A spooky raid in which Richard wears a nightmare-inducing gas mask is straight out of an Otto Dix painting.
Funny Games director Michael Haneke understands the hidden guilt of the blissful bourgeois, tormented by outside forces — in this case, an unknown stalker with a camera. Like a DVD-bin thriller given a massive jolt of quality, Kill List takes the basic elements of low-rent Britcrime-bickering hit men, a shady aristo crime boss, dreary suburban locations — and transforms them into art.
With its improvised dialogue, pin-drop sound design and shocking violence, the result is terrifying, occasionally frustrating and utterly compelling. Hounded out of the U. As Frannie, a teacher who becomes entangled with a detective investigating a series of murders, Ryan is basically the opposite of a cute rom-com heroine, and Campion creates a world of sexual menace, thick with violence yet never played for exploitation.
The killer moment: Early on, Frannie witnesses a woman going down on a man in the back room of a bar. This startling, surprisingly graphic moment sets the voyeuristic plot in motion. We need more of them. In some key way the crux of Christopher Walken's spooky, stilted persona, Abel Ferrara's louche gangster picture has come to occupy a central piece of NYC iconography.
Walken plays Frank White, a vacant-eyed coke lord who, immediately upon release from prison, resumes his high-flying lifestyle — and idle mayoral aspirations — from a headquarters at the swank Plaza Hotel. The killer moment: We all know Walken can dance, but you haven't seen how weirdly electric and menacing he can be until you've seen his flapping bird.
Over five decades, the James Bond franchise has morphed from Cold War thrills to globe-trotting action, via whatever the heck Moonraker was. This instalment, the best of the Roger Moore days, is a fantastically entertaining breakwater between those two phases: escapist fun before the gadget-drenched silliness to come.
Special props go to Ken Adam, the production designer charged with creating an oceanic evil lair on a Pinewood backlot. This Melbourne-set crime thriller packs all the energy of an early Scorsese picture, while bringing something fresh and distinctively Aussie to the genre. The answer? Characteristically cool, he plays Dave, a California DJ dealing with an increasingly unhinged fan-turned-hookup-turned-stalker Jessica Walter.
The killer moment: The brainwashing sequence is a trippy foreshadow to a similar scene in The Parallax View. Charles Boyer is the viciously manipulative husband; Ingrid Bergman plays his victimised wife; and the audience is left desperately hoping for the cycle of mind games to finally end. Lola Franka Potente needs to find a fortune in 20 minutes or her petty criminal boyfriend gets the chop. Deliriously nuts and a treat for fans of the double cross, Gillian Flynn's bestseller found the ideal adapting filmmaker in David Fincher, whose doomy way with a thriller proved a ruse in itself.
The noose tightens around Nick Ben Affleck, impressively shifty , a bar owner and former hot-shot journalist whose wife, Amy Rosamund Pike, revelatory , a minor celebrity, has disappeared from their Missouri home. James Caan exudes masculine angst as the archetypal reluctant crook, a safecracker who agrees to one last job before settling into a life of domestic bliss.
With its stark visuals, a sleek Tangerine Dream score and a growing sense of impending catastrophe, the movie has become iconic. The killer moment: Lovable, grandpa-faced character actor Robert Prosky gives a snarling speech as a brutal mob boss.
This sun-dappled thriller glimmers with a first-rate cast led by Matt Damon, enviable real estate and a complex gay protagonist still a mainstream rarity whose reflection on a polished piano splits apart in a mind-blowing shot. All hail cinematographer John Seale. As entertaining as that movie is, the Hong Kong original is even better.
Tony Leung and Andy Lau play moles: the former, a cop infiltrating a vicious triad; the latter, a criminal rising through the police ranks. The killer moment: Inevitably, both men stand on a rooftop, sizing each other up, profile to profile. Leo and Matt were never this subtle. If Shakespeare grew up in post-war Stepney, Shand could have been his Macbeth. Not perhaps as polished or as enduring as The Lady From Shanghai, the thriller Orson Welles would make a year later, this potboiler is nonetheless a rollicking good time in a Blue Velvet -y dark-side-of-smalltown-America kind of way.
Welles plays a high-ranking Nazi and amateur horologist masquerading as a history professor in New England with the perfect cover of a devoted wife Loretta Young. Edward G Robinson is the war crimes hunter who has his number. But which one of these high-school girls has the upper hand? It all adds to the seductive fug of mystery, if you can keep your wits about you. Instead, he casts a subtle romantic spell in the first act that has you seduced by the last. Soon, the pair are in an interrogation room sh.
A religious nut, he believed he had righteousness on his side and the tacit support of Islamic clerks. They are celebrated. Hanaei is hailed in the streets as a kind of folk hero. Police and clerks alike contort themselves to find ways to first overlook and then excuse the crimes. Abbasi wants us to know exactly who he is: a family man who is rotting from the inside; a moral vacuum given a perverse authority by the Islamic clerics who preach vehemently against the sex workers and drug addicts he targets without stopping to consider what drove them onto the streets in the first place.
A batshit mad idea on paper — and, to be fair, in reality — Operation Mincemeat involved using a corpse to fool the Nazis into thinking the Allies were invading Greece rather than Sicily back in A meticulously plausible back story was concocted, and with the addition of one subtle red herring, planted on the body, which was then washed ashore on neutral Spain to be passed onto the Germans.
Amid the earnestness and portentous voiceovers outlining the stakes, Operation Mincemeat has some dark fun with all this. By rights, Escape from Mogadishu, a based-on-real-life mash-up of Argo-style diplomatic caper, political drama and balls-to-the-wall survival thriller, should be a dud. The gear shift between those genres should leave you with whiplash. Soon, civil war has broken out, Mogadishu is up in flames and the two old rivals, and their entourages, are teaming up and swerving rebels with AKs in a desperate bid to stay alive.
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Michael J. Anderson Mr. Roque as Mr. Ann Miller Coco as Coco. More like this. Storyline Edit. Did you know Edit. Trivia Rebekah Del Rio the singer at Club Silencio first met director David Lynch when a talent agent took her, on a whim, to a recording studio where Lynch happened to be and asked her to sing a song for him. She performed an impromptu version of "Llorando" which, also on a whim and without her knowledge , was being taped by the audio engineer.
Years later, Lynch decided to incorporate the song into this film. However, except for a few minor tweaks, this was the exact same recording used in the movie. Goofs When Betty and Rita are rehearsing for Betty's audition, Rita can be seen reading from a script with lines for "Betty" and "Rita. Quotes Dan : I just wanted to come here. Herb : To Winkie's? Herb : Go ahead. The background music becomes increasingly ominous] Dan : That's it. Crazy credits Credits have the movie director's name as 'Bob Booker' not 'Brooker' as we hear.
Furthermore, many of the characters' names are simply not mentioned at all during the course of the film Billy Deznutz, Joe Messing, Bondar, etc. Alternate versions Some scenes were deleted to shorten the running time of the movie. Some of the missing scenes are: An additional scene of the detectives McKnight and Domgaard in the police station talking about the car crash the previous night on Mulholland Drive.
A full scene of dialog with the hit man Joe and the pimp Billy in Pinky's Hot Dog stand with Joe asking about information on the missing woman and about the hot dogs served while the drugged out streetwalker Laney looks on. A scene of the Castigliane limo arriving outside Adam Kesher's house where the goon, Kenny, gets out and talks briefly with Taka, the Japanese gardener in the driveway asking if he has seen Adam recently.
A scene of Betty arriving on the studio lot and meeting Martha Johnson outside the producer's office and Wally coming out the front door to meet her and take her inside. An extended scene showing the introduction of Mr. Roque of Vincent Darby entering a large office building and taking an elevator to one of the top floors and asking the receptionist if he could enter Mr. Roque's office. During the scene where Mr.
Roque relays the message 'the girl is still missing' to various unseen associates, when the unseen man with the hairy arm on the yellow telephone rings his contact, the original scene was not of a telephone under a lamp with a red shade, but a white speaker phone on a bright blue table and a woman's hand Camila Rhodes? The scene of Adam meeting with the executives is longer with him first arriving holding a iron golf club demanding why he has been called away from the golf course to this meeting and Ray giving him a vague explanation to the movie he's filming.
The scene ends with the Castigliane brothers leaving first and Adam yelling at the executives over them rigging the casting of the lead actress and about the film being kept locked up in the studio safe. A bit scene where after the bruiser Kenny knocks unconscious Adam's wife and the pool man, he walks around Adam's house and sees Adam's wife's jewelry in the kitchen sink which is overflowing with water.
Kenny then is shown breaking all of Adam's golf clubs as payback for trashing the limo and then leaves telling the gangsters in the back of the limo that Adam's not home. There is another scene introducing Wilkins Scott Coffee who lives in a studio loft above Betty Elms's apartment where Adam phones him just before his meeting with the Cowboy and telling Wilkins about finding his wife in bed with the pool man, and asks Wilkins if he could come over to stay for a while since he has no money.
Wilkins agrees, and after hanging up, he yells at his dog crouched in a corner about relieving himself all over the place. Records Inc. By Arrangement with Warner Special Products. User reviews 2K Review. Top review. Mulholland Drive - Lynch's cinematic art - reality vs. Lynch loves to realistically portray logical sequences interspersed by fantasy diversions, which entrances but confuses the viewer. Blue Velvet is his best film, and works well because of its overall logical coherency spiced up by fantastic deviations from the norm the fantasy element of the film.
Mulholland Drive starts off logically but then gradually abandons logical coherence as dream-like but realistically presented sequences are brought into the plot. Then there is a shift in the plot, from the fantasy of the first part, to the reality of the second part where roles and identities are reversed and reality reigns.
Lynch's genius is in his artistic slight of hand where he presents a fantasy scene realistically, sucking the viewer in to expecting a meaningful depiction, then upending these expectations in shocking the viewer with the fantastic elements of the scene. I can imagine Lynch laughing in the background as he plays his joke on the viewer. The film Holy Motors presents pure fantasy in nonsensical and unrelated sequences, and is bad art.
Mulholland Drive has enough organization and structure, with more skillfully accomplished fantasy, to qualify it as good art. Naomi Watts gives us an outstanding performance - better than the typical "Best Actress" Oscar award winner's performance in the last 20 years. Watts usually gets roles that don't allow her to display her considerable acting skills, but this role does, and she more than meets the challenge. The plot is secondary for Lynch since cinematic art is his focus.
However, the movie is totally baffling unless you have some guidelines. Basically Mulholland drive is the story of a young girl who comes to Hollywood with high hopes of becoming an actress. The film is told in two parts. My interpretation is that the first Watts as Betty part is psychotic delusions of the young girl as she reconstructs her past leading up to the promise of a brilliant acting career. This is presented as reality and the viewer has no idea it is false.
The shift to the second Watts as Diane part shows some shifting of roles, and depicts the true story whereby the young girl fails to become an major actress. Her identity is valid, as Diane, in the second part showing her dismal failure, while Rita of the first delusional part becomes Camilla in the second reality part. Naomi Watts thus plays two roles with different identities, in part one and in part two. The two parts are cued by the change in her name from the delusional Betty part I to the real Diane part II.
In a clever signal of this personality change, the waitress at Winkie's is named Diane when Betty and Rita go to eat there in the first fantasy part, while this same waitress becomes Betty when Watts as Diane goes to Winkie's in the real second part. The plot shift from fantasy to reality mirrors the high hopes and aspirations as fantasy Part I as Betty and dismal failure as reality Part II as Diane , that happens so often as young would-be performers seek fame in Hollywood but end up as failures.
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