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If I didn't have to finish it I would have stopped watching about 20 min in.
Here's a film that falls into the category of "classic noir," all but perfectly presented by the Brothers who are, in many ways, reinventing the movie.
Okay, okay, I like the Coen brothers just as much as the next guy but please, people, this film lacked quite a bit.
If you like black and white cinema and acting quality, you'll love this movie!Published 2 months ago by Mountain Man of Keeneland
The Man Who Wasn't There (2001) is a superbly entertaining, brilliantly wrought and deeply knowing neo-noir film from those pre-eminent genre-benders, the Coen brothers. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Film Buff
This is a great B&W film noir by some of the industry's best. Thornton reflects a desire to achieve something meaningful through others and the irony is pretty thick at even turn. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dr Jack L Edwards