Tim Robbins is a detective in a sterile, emotionally-stifling future in Michael Winterbottom’s overlooked contribution to smart science fiction cinema.
Peter Cushing is perfectly cast as the great detective in this 1959 mix mystery and supernatural horror from Hammer Studios and its top director, Terence Fisher.
Actor Jakob Cedergren carries this drama about an Emergency Services operator who receives a call from a woman in trouble and has to solve a mystery with only a phone.
The film is named for Donald Sutherland’s character but Alan Pakula’s stark, alienated neo-noir, is remembered for Jane Fonda’s Oscar-winning performance.
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Bill Wilder’s sly, bittersweet, autumnal film approaches the Holmes legacy with both a sense of humor and a sense of respect.
Brick (2005), the debut feature from Star Trek: The Last Jedi filmmaker Rian Johnson, puts the collected works of Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett in a blender with a jigger of teenage melodrama and pours it into a high school mold. Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays things so close to his chest that he’s almost unreadable as […]