The upcoming mob movie The Kitchen sees the wives of incarcerated gangsters take control of their husband’s shady operations into their own hands.
Tag: Crime Films
Rian Johnson’s latest, Knives Out, is a classic whodunnit murder-mystery featuring one of the better ensemble casts devised for a film.
The second trailer for master director Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood highlights the opposing career trajectories of former Western legend Rick Dalton (DiCaprio) and rising starlet Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie).
Naomie Harris plays a cop who’s forced to seek help from her local community to reveal the truth about corrupt officers that shot her after witnessing a crime in Black and Blue.
The mobster wives include Elisabeth Moss, Melissa McCarthy and Tiffany Haddish in the awesome new crime-drama film The Kitchen.
Leonardo DiCaprio leads an all-star cast in the full first trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s highly anticipated ninth film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Domino, not to be confused with the 2005 action flick of the same name, is the latest from directing great Brian De Palma.
Chadwick Boseman jumps out of his Black Panther suit and into the shoes of an NYPD detective in the upcoming 21 Bridges.
‘Ola De Crimenes’ (Crime Wave) throws you straight into the rollicking, over-the-top absurdity of Spanish comedy.
The first teaser for Quentin Tarantino’s 9th film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has dropped, revealing nothing but also a whole lot.
Karyn Kusama’s film Destroyer highlights an ongoing trend of Australian actors working in Hollywood that are unable to disguise their accents (see 2018’s Mary Queen of Scots and anything Sam Worthington).
Any film which opens with ‘Based on a true story’ incites a desire to know just how true to life the plot is. Director James Marsh attempts to keep King of Thieves as verbatim as possible and you can be assured that there is little glamorizing of this story. The crooks in this film, led by Michael Caine, are surprisingly vicious and callous with a good deal of incontinence thrown in.
Single location films aren’t easy to pull off and on the rare occasion when done right (like in 2010’s Buried) they can be quite engaging and fast-paced. The Danish-set The Guilty, without a doubt, falls into the engaging category, but not only does it keep our adrenaline pumping, it unfolds layer upon layer with a situation you don’t see coming and will leave you assessing what our protagonist (and the audience) has had to deal with after the final credits roll.
The director of Bone Tomahawk (2015) and Brawl in Cell Block 99 (2017) is back with the latest addition to his violent crime-film trilogy, Dragged Across Concrete.