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Crime Movie Reviews

  • The House That Jack Built reviews

    "The House That Jack Built" is a horror thriller directed by Lars von Trier , starring Matthew Raymond Dillon  . It was released in Denmark on November 29, 2018. The film tells the story of how Jack, a high IQ serial killer who committed a murder in Washington in the 1970s, completed his serial murder under the police chase.

  • The Guilty reviews

    "Den skyldige" is a thriller mystery film directed by Gustave Moeller , starring Jakob Cedergren and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 21, 2018   . The film tells the story of a police officer under investigation who was reduced to a desk job in an emergency call center. When he received a call from a woman suspected of being kidnapped, in order to save her, he had to fight the demon in his heart   .

  • The Mule reviews

    "The Mule" is a Warner Bros. Pictures produced the crime film by Clint Eastwood directed, Clint Eastwood , Bradley Cooper co-star. The film was screened online on August 26, 2019 in the Chinese Mainland Art Association   . "The Mule" is adapted from the legendary drug-related case that caused a sensation in the United States in 2011. It tells the story of an eighty-year-old man who lived alone in bankruptcy and accidentally became the transporter "The Mule" of a drug cartel.

  • Mother reviews

    "Mother" is a crime film directed by Bong Joon ho and starring Hye-ja Kim , Won Bin , 진구; Jin Goo , Yun Jae mun, etc. The film was released in South Korea on May 28, 2009. The film tells the story of an ordinary mother fighting alone to help her son get rid of the murder charges   .

  • The Basketball Diaries reviews

    "The Basketball Diaries" is a feature film directed by Scott Kalvert and starring Leo , Ronan Breco and James Madio . It was released in the United States on April 21, 1995   . The film tells the story of high school student Jim dreaming of becoming a basketball star, but he was lost, depraved, and perverted after experiencing a blow, and then awakened with the help of his friends and began to write a diary for reflection.

  • Boys Don't Cry reviews

    "Boys dont cry" is a romance film directed by Katherine Peirce and starring Hilary Swank and Chloë Stevens Sevigny . The film premiered in the United States on October 22, 1999.  The film was nominated for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress at the 72nd Academy Awards in 2000. It tells the story of Brandon, a girl who desires to become a boy, pretends to be a girl who is looking for love, but is pushed into a vortex of destruction by her own deception.

  • Rope reviews

    "Rope" is a mystery film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring James Stewart and John Dall Thompson . It was released in Canada on August 23, 1948. The film is adapted from real cases and tells the story of two gay men conspiring to strangle David with a rope, then using the bookcase of the hidden body as a guest table to show off their wisdom, and deliberately giving a lot of hints to the suspicious professor   .

  • Drishyam reviews

    "Drishyam" is a feature film produced by Panorama Studios and directed by Riteish Deshmukh, starring Vishal Veeru Devgan , Shriya Saran , Tabassum Hashmi and others. It was released in India on July 31, 2015.  The film tells the story of father Vijay fighting against the police with anti-reconnaissance techniques learned in the movie in order to protect the family of the uninvited guest who killed him by wrong hand   .

  • Graduation reviews

    "Graduation" is a feature film directed by Cristian Mungiu and starring Adrian Titiani and Maria-Victoria Dragus . It was released in Romania on May 20, 2016. The film tells the story of a Xiaocheng doctor who allowed his daughter who was sexually assaulted to graduate smoothly at all costs. 

  • Leviathan reviews

    "Leviathan" is a Russian drama film directed by Andrei Zvyagintsev, starring Aleksei Valeryevich Serebryakov , Jelena Lyadova and Vladimir Vladimir Vdovichkov. It was held in Cannes on May 23, 2014. Screened at the film festival. The film tells the story of the Coria family facing the mayor forcibly expropriating houses and land. The film was shortlisted for the main competition at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival and won the Best Screenplay Award. The film won the 72nd Golden Globe Awards for Best Foreign Language Film , and represented Russia in the 87th The Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film Award , and was finally nominated for the 87th The Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film Award.