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Crime, Drama, Thriller, Mystery
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Curtis Hanson
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
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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Tour de Force
This is the ultimate movie on the corruptness of the police force during the 1950's. No one is going to make a better movie than LA Confidential, the cast is perfect, the direction is superb, the screenplay is amazing, the choice of music, the graphic brutality, the not so fine line between good and evil.

When I saw this in the theatres, I came out of the theatre and couldn't say anything because I was awed. And I was amazed by how wonderful Russell Crowe and Guy Pearce were, I had never heard of them before, so I didn't know what to expect, but now I have two new favorite actors. And I couldn't believe that Russell was a New Zealander and Guy was an Aussie. They had great American accents. And of course Kevin Spacey was superb as always.

Any way, this is an awesome movie, go rent it if you have not seen it.
Brilliantly complicated
LA Confidential is now up there as one of my favorite crime movies. The plot is fantastically complicated, and yet absorbs the watcher right into the movie. It's full of thrills and dead ends, but you won't be disappointed with the result. Russell Crowe and Guy Pearce give fantastic performances, and Kevin Spacey plays his part well. Generally a good movie.
One of Spacey's, and the years, best films
Curtis Hanson's In L.A. Confidential, it reaches great heights by having a great sense of structure and plot, and great acting. Sure this film has great acting besides Kevin Spacey (Including Kim Basinger's Oscar winning performance and Russel Crowe, Danny DeVito and Guy Pearce's performances are also good) but Spacey is just terrific in this film. He plays a corrupt cop in the 1950's with a few others, including Crowe in a exceptional role and James Cromwell as another guy. Guy Pearce is also very good as the cop who tries to act good in all the slime, but It is difficult. Quite a compelling film indeed. One of the best films of 1997 also. Oscar winner for best adapted screenplay (Hanson and Brian Hegeland). A
Only Cromwell remains on top
Just watched this movie again last night. Thirteen yrs ago this picture received - across the board - the best set of reviews of ANY movie ever released in the history of Warner Brothers.

Today, it doesn't deserve that kind of hype. The list of reservations runs remarkably deep in hindsight. The script feels rushed and underdeveloped at key plot points (What does it represent, three novels boiled into one screenplay?) The romantic (triangle) subplot comprised of Russell Crowe, Kim Bassinger and Guy Pearce is grotesquely handled (compare it to the languorous sparring of Mel Gibson, Michelle Pfeiffer and Kurt Russell in the underrated "guilty pleasure," TEQUILA SUNRISE) Bassinger's performance is arguably the lamest one to ever be awarded a supporting Oscar. The love scenes between her and Crowe are written in the form of a fervent adolescent's sincerest wet dream. Psychological explanations are purest pulp. The mise-en-scene, which I thought was a tad overrated even at the time, now looks to be exclusively the work of the production research department. Visually, its actually pretty flat, playing like a solid cable series with some key episodes missing. Yet having said that much, L.A. CONFIDENTIAL benefits mightily from having a spectacular, cunningly sinister villain in James Cromwell. He is as good as one's memory of him. The climax of the picture, where his wickedness appears well-nigh omnipotent (Noah Cross with a badge)and, in classic melodramatic fashion, one fears for the lives of the two righteous detectives who are out to crack the case - yes, this last section still holds up and delivers the goods.

So in retrospect, I remain charitable and credit it a 7 out of 10 because so few melodramas have heart these days and this far-fetched conspiracy tale does reflect the convictions of its author, James Ellroy - even if what those convictions add up to is less than meets the eye.

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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.

A Masterpiece!
L.A. Confidential isn't "Chinatown" and it doesn't want to be. It's another terrific film in the neo-noir tradition unto itself. The story is incredibly intelligent, and the only critique I've heard about the movie is that the story is TOO complex. well, don't dislike it because you don't understand it. It's exquisitely photographed and put together. Every line of dialogue sizzles off the screen in this great telling of Ellroy's even better novel.

And oh, that Lana Turner.....
"Rollo... Tomasi."
In my opinion, next to Memento and Fight Club the best thriller ever made. This film quickly wraps you up in its intriguing plot and takes you through the complex and ever sinister world of the golden days of Hollywood and the mass corruption within its police force. The film has an impeccable cast. I mean, Kevin Spacey, Russell Crowe, Guy Pearce, James Cromwell, David Strathairn, Danny DeVito, and Kim Basinger They're all awesome, of course. Curtis Hansen does a wonderful job bringing this story to the big screen. a brilliant screenplay, and wonderful cinematography from Dante Spinotti, and a fine score from one of the all time greats, Jerry Goldsmith, this brilliant film is a must for everyone. Gotta love good film noir. "Some men get the world. Others get ex-hookers and a trip to Arizona."
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.
Acivement in world class
L.A. Confidential is perhaps, one of the best and most intriguing pieces of moving picture in the past few decades. The brilliancy of the script itself, deserves a standing ovation, because it is in my opinion, one of the most thought-out and nerve wrecking of its time. The direction by Curtis Hanson gives this intense and complex movie softness and makes a gentle approach to the audience, because none of the material is forced through, but instead it rests quietly in the subconsciousness of the audience the whole time. The plot is just awesome and stands out from any of the former (and later) police/criminal movies, because we get to experience the action behind the curtain, from a passive point of view. The plot has a great balance between tossing us into the action, and gently luring us through one mystery after another, trying to find the answers. The actors give the ideas of the script and the characters faces, and gives us a chance to relate and identify with the characters involved. Each of them delivers great performances: Spacey as always smart, sly and above all believable, though he does not exceed his brilliant performance in "The Usual Suspects". Crowe with his, so far, best performance in my opinion, with temper and depth. Pearce with an OK performance without really reaching the top, but fills out his character nicely. Devito is amusing and cool and does everything he can to contribute to this movie. Basinger with her Oscar-winning role, plays the beautiful blond convincingly and spices up the last aspect of the movie, with splendor and depth as well. Alltogehter this makes one hell of a good movie. Fast, smart, complicated, exciting, raw and above all believable and entertaining. Well done by the creators of L.A. Confidential.
20 years from now
I believe that we should have a hall of fame for movies over 20 years old. I think that this is the right period of time to tell whether a film will be a classic. In my view this will be up there with the best. It has style and great acting and the production is first class. Of recent films this ranks with Shawshank as the one that slipped passed the Academy - hence the need for the 20 year award. I think Titanic will be silently resting in peace and forgotten by then
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