It was like Brooks juxtaposed the artifice of film noir and the realism of the French New Wave to create this bleak, haunting film.
Think whatever of R. Blake, he played a perfect psychopath in this Capote book based flic. B&W used effectively to imply emptiness of soul.
Such an iconic movie! Performance is incredible, cinematography is beautiful, it is such a beautiful classic.
All around excellent movie. Robert Blake is surprisingly good. Even though it’s based on an actual event the ending still surprises.
This is an amazing adaptation of the award winning book. Everyone should watch this at least once.
Not everyone’s cup of tea but definitely worth watching
I enjoyed it a bit but it lacks the suspense
Crazy how life imitates art. Holds up alright but it’s a strange, slower movie.
Can't say enough good things about this film-the writing , the performances, not to mention the fantastic cinematography. Just about perfect
A gritty and realistic look at crime, anger, and repression
Chilling. Has a raw feel to it.