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I will not give the end away, but it is worth waiting for and a real surprise.
The film is brilliant, a carefully-crafted color Noir, with Gould truly remarkable as a man of morals in a period (the 1970s) lacking morality.
I gave the film three stars only because of the originality of the film techniques, not because I really liked it.
I like Chandler and I like Altman, but this movie is a complete travesty. If you like the book, you will be appalled at how little of it makes it into the movie.Published 1 day ago by Stephen Buel
I liked this less than when I first saw it years ago,
I guess it's clearly outdated, somewhat zany
After seeing "Inherent Vice" I felt an urgent desire to see The Long Goodbye again. Both films are good, but Altman's is better, showing that sometimes an artist working in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Frank J. Gruber
I think just knowing that Arnold Schwarzenegger could actually be in a movie and not talk makes this worth four stars. Very interesting filmPublished 1 month ago by Cecil Pollard
Holy cr@p, what an awful movie. Every choice was the wrong one, from director to writer to actor, to (are you ready for this?) setting the story in modern-day Los Angeles. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paul F. Mulligan
Wild, way out take on Phillip Marlowe, Raymond Chandler's iconic detective. Fully of naked neighbors, stoned supermarkets, alcoholic authors, Jewish gangsters and Jim Bouton. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joe D'Augustine