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As a political thriller, it’s somehow both lean and languid – and while this would be a compliment for almost any other genre, here perhaps it doesn’t always work in the film’s favour.
As a parody, this could have been fun. As satire, it… isn’t.
With guest reviewer, and fan of Scorsese, Hitchcock & M. Night: my Ma.
One has to imagine the book this is based on was better.
How are so many talented people involved in something so bad?
Scorcese’s The Wire: South Boston Nights
Processes behind David Lynch’s beloved, self-described “mystery” film.
This fan re-edit reveals the clockwork precision of Tarantino’s film-making.
A sexy, hilarious, noir of a time.
No sex, no violence, no action. All riveting.