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One comes out of it not feeling greatly entertained but with the feeling that you have seen an authentic view of modern crime.
Lousy history, absolutely perfect filmmaking.
A lurid psychological thriller that's sexy, nasty and a lot of fun.
Set a standard for CG-beasties that remained unmatched for many years, and still stands as one of the best of its kind.
Athough it hits any number of gaping credibility potholes on its careening journey around LA, it delivers the goods as a non-stop actioner that scarcely pauses to take a breath.
The director handles the violence with sensitivity, announcing its obscenity in spoken analyses and briefly glimpsed post mortem shots, but never showing the murderous acts.
Everything feels anti-climactic after the fireworks, but the moral is clear: it's the end of the world as we know it. And we feel fine.
Leaves the audience smiling and giggling, all the while painting a convincing and touching portrait of the downtrodden in England.
Ultimately concerned less with specific tactical maneuvers or combat suffering than with the grand contradictions of life.
You can call it irresponsible. Or you can call it the only essential Hollywood film of 1999.
It's all pretty confusing, but then again, so were many of the classic film noirs.
The director racks up the tension to unbearable levels in a spooky shocker that's worthy of any comparison with M. Night Shyamalan's The Sixth Sense.
This stands as the best future noir since Blade Runner.
Plays like a flashy highlight reel from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
A negative and spiritually underwhelming experience.
A hard-hitting film whose seemingly unconnected stories and characters intersect boldly, jolting us into a raw awareness of the volatility of ethnic mix in which we live.
A political fable in the guise of a fairy tale. Or maybe it's the other way around.
This is death and war as ancient poets might have imagined it, glorious and provocative ... a powerhouse actioner.
Captures perfectly the breathless thrill, fear and fascination of first love.
An intriguing, time-hopping set-up is wasted on obnoxious characters, celebrity cameos and crass attempts at humour.
The dialogue zings with period flourish and point-blank delivery.
What a beautiful-looking mess.
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