Thursday, March 02, 2006

Film Noir Exorcist

by Francis Lawrence (II)

It’s a great idea that just about works: take the world of Film Noir, but change Los Angeles so it becomes the setting for a battle between Heaven and Hell. It’s not incredibly deep or profound, but it’s a lot of fun and there is some great casting and noirish dialogue with somewhat restrained violence. I liked it, but I don’t think that it’s for everyone. But if you like Mr. Reeves or Film Noir, it will probably be a lot of fun.

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