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Crime, Drama, Thriller, Mystery
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Curtis Hanson


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Kevin Spacey as Jack Vincennes
Russell Crowe as Bud White
Guy Pearce as Ed Exley
James Cromwell as Dudley Smith
Kim Basinger as Lynn Bracken
Danny DeVito as Sid Hudgens
David Strathairn as Pierce Patchett
Ron Rifkin as Deputy DA Ellis Loew
Matt McCoy as 'Badge of Honor' Star Brett Chase
Paul Guilfoyle as Mickey Cohen
Paolo Seganti as Johnny Stompanato
Elisabeth Granli as Mickey Cohen's Mambo Partner
Sandra Taylor as Mickey Cohen's Mambo Partner
Steve Rankin as Officer Arresting Mickey Cohen
L.A. Confidential Storyline: 1950's Los Angeles is the seedy backdrop for this intricate noir-ish tale of police corruption and Hollywood sleaze. Three very different cops are all after the truth, each in their own style: Ed Exley, the golden boy of the police force, willing to do almost anything to get ahead, except sell out; Bud White, ready to break the rules to seek justice, but barely able to keep his raging violence under control; and Jack Vincennes, always looking for celebrity and a quick buck until his conscience drives him to join Exley and White down the one-way path to find the truth behind the dark world of L.A. crime.
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This is one fabulous movie.

The acting is top notch. The story draws you in and and keeps you interested until the end. The look and feel of the movie is straight out of L.A. in the 50's.

I could add so much more to this movie but I will not. Just read most of the reviews listed for this movie and you will get the impression of what your in for.

I will rate this movie a 10! Fabulous entertainment!
This incredible piece of work is my favorite film of all time, but no matter who you ask it ranks up there with the greatest. Hanson did a spectacular job adapting James Ellroy's novel, a complex detective yarn that is character (as opposed to plot) driven. Presenting characters with such depth is truly an amazing feat...most screenwriters and directors would have botched any attempt to put this story on the big screen. Kim Basinger received an Oscar for her portrayal of Lynn, and while she delivers a solid performance, it's probably the least impressive in the film. Everyone does a fantastic job, but Basinger was the only superstar at the time of release and was rewarded for choosing to participate in such an intelligent project. The movie really launched the careers of Pierce and Crowe, and while Spacey's career had already been established, it was this role that cemented his place as one of the best contemporary American actors. Every single aspect of this noir film fits together perfectly, from the wonderful performances, the beautiful cinematography, the magnificent, amazingly complimentary soundtrack, the intriguing web-like storyline, and the expert timing and directing. The movie explodes out of its genre, replacing the expected smoky, dingy backrooms with vivid colors. The film brings an era to life that is normally dulled in our collective memory like an aging black-and-white photograph with an impressive effort made for authenticity. The contrast between the deep dark depths of the human soul and the broad daylight imagery is pure brilliance. There is not a single traditional "good guy" in the entire movie, and yet it won't leave the observer apathetic about the outcome. L.A. Confidential manages to evoke a range of emotions, exploring in depth the complex, dual human nature of many of its characters. This is a movie you can see over and over and get something new out of it every time. If you've only seen parts of this movie, or don't remember it, go sit down with a bag of popcorn in a dark room and watch the whole thing start to finish. And pay attention. It will be well worth it.
A great film noir
Yes, it is still possible to make a great film noir. Superb acting, directing, dialogue, make-up, and score combine to cast a magical spell. Kevin Spacey is used perfectly, but the entire cast is spot-on. De Vito has never been more naturally cast. David Straithairn is superb in his bit. This should not be missed.
What a great film! Visually stunning, totally engrossing script and performances. Many highlights. Russell Crowe and Kevin Spacey are superb. Both have great screen presence and charisma. Both are 3-D and are well written. Guy Pierce, DeVito and Basinger are also marvellous. Took about 3 or 4 viewings to totally understand ALL the film. That DA guy pops up more with every viewing. It was pretty difficult to remember all the names and faces of the film. Important characters have only one scene in places. The music is superb too. Jerry Goldsmith has created a score that sounds nothing like anything he has done before. WOW. the directing, acting, cinematography and script are top notch. I would love to read the book.
Don't like cop movies? - Watch this anyway!
I am a hardened hater of cop movies, especially 50's cop movies. So, having been forced onto the sofa to watch this supposed "gem" of a movie by an ardent Russell Crowe fan, I settled down reluctantly to what I thought would be over two hours of stereotypical pap.

Was I ever wrong! Forget the old stereotypes - good cop/bad cop, buddy cop movies and the rest. This takes all of those and twists them out of all recognition. Every character has his or her lovable side but you end up resenting the fact that you like them because of various other angles of their personalities.

The ensemble cast is superb! Kevin Spacey is on form as ever, Russell Crowe deservedly broke into Hollywood with this role and, hopefully, so will the excellent and much underrated Guy Pearce. And as for Kim Basinger, well, having thought of her acting as a somewhere between mildly amusing and downright irritating for some years I have had to re-evaluate and now think she's totally amazing. Talk about versatility! Even the ever type-cast Danny DeVito is splendid as the narrator and two-bit hack who coins the title to the movie.

The friend who made me watch the movie is now living in delighted smugness in the fact that I have to admit that this has to be my favourite film of all time and also that I have watched it at least a dozen times.

Just two words can now set the hairs on the back of my neck on end (you'll understand if you watch it) - "Rolo Tamasi"!
A real good movie
Date: 27 May, 2012 -First Time Watch- Being a huge fan of book adaptations, there was no doubt in my mind I wanted to see how 'L. A. Confidential' was done. Much to my surprise, unlike most book-to-movie adaptations, 'L. A. Confidential' was fantastic. The characters came to life and were all enjoyable to watch. It's so shocking how much corruption was going on during this period of time. Personally, I loved Ed, played by Guy Pearce. He was great and it's a real shame that Guy Pearce didn't continue to pick movies like this. I think he could have been really big. This movie was fantastic and totally worth your time.

One of my all time favorites
Wow, where do I start? I saw this film before reading the novel and loved it. I thought it was well written, directed and acted, and of course it's visually stunning. After reading the book I was even more impressed by it - amazing that someone actually managed to put together such a great film out of a very complex novel. Sure, some of the storylines and characters were left out, and it's not as dark, but the movie stays true to the spirit and atmosphere of its source. The casting was superb, and the entire ensemble is excellent, with Crowe, and obviously Spacey, the best of the bunch. I've since recommended it to many of my friends, all of whom really liked it. The best movie of 1997, and against some very good competition.
Breathtaking, Gets better with every viewing
L.A. Confidential is definitely one of the greatest films of all time. The cast is perfect, the dialogue is amazing, as are the costumes. Even the setting seems perfect. Now, step deeper into the film. I see this film is dependent on media for the film. The media appears to be everywhere you look in L.A. Confidential. Had this film been made at the time of The Maltese Falcon (1942), the media wouldn't have been as omniprescent. It is interesting to note the similarities between the two films, as both are examples of the classical Hollywood narration. I am not going into too much detail on this because my disseration on this thesis will be soon posted on my website. Email me, if you would like to know when it is up.

Oh, the grade for this film, A. Hands down a winner, almost as good as The Shawshank Redemption and A Few Good Men.

Best of 97
A beautiful film in so many ways, and a huge surprise coming from a Hollywood studio and not being directed by Scorsese or Spielberg.

The story is great. A wonderful distillation of James Ellroy's novel. It clarifies and simplifies a hugely complex story and still keeps its spirit intact. It also happens to have the funniest moment in cinema last year. And that moment has historical accuracy. Take that, Titanic. Terrific dialogue and an insightful look at issues pertenant today such as tabloid journalism and celebrity worship.

The look is dead on and beautiful, costumes lighting etc... The locations used were great.

The acting is wonderful. Russell Crowe gave my favorite performance of last year. Kevin Spacey was very close in his finest work yet. No one else can be complained about.

A wonderful throwback to the Hollywood that did things right and it seems to be doing is more consistently. Primary Colors and The Truman Show being good examples.

If you liked it, I would suggest going to your classics sections and picking up The Big Sleep and Touch of Evil.
Clearly an underrated movie of the 90s
I was watching this movie se7en the other day and was so frustrated with it,that I thought to quit watching cop investigation movies,then I found this in the top 250 list. This movie had me hyped from the beginning itself.This movie didn't drift away in its plot,it had us focused on one single thing throughout the movie and the writers have clearly done a lot of homework, trying to use all the elements maximum possible. The character of Russell crowe was so dynamic,full of life and the chemistry between the three main actors were greatly shown. There can't be a better cop movie with corruption. And as I said earlier,this movie deserves more rating.
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