Marlowe (2022) 1080p

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Genres:
Crime | Mystery
Resolution:
1920*800
Size:
2.02G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
Run Time:
0 min
IMDB Rating:
5.8 / 10 
MPR:
R
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Directors: Neil Jordan [Director] ,


Movie Description:
In late 1930s Bay City, a brooding, down on his luck detective is hired to find the ex-lover of a glamorous heiress.

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Reviews

A parody of a movie

The movie follows Detective Phillip Marlowe, investigating the disappearance of a woman's lover. Let me get this straight, this is not the kind of movie I usually enjoy, but I couldn't pass on Liam Neeson, Diane Kruger, and Jessica Lange all together in a movie. But the movie very much felt like a parody, the kind we have all seen in TV series, on that one episode where everything is in black and white and people are over acting. I wasn't invested in the story, I never actually liked a character enough to care about their safety, and the story was very much known from the moment Diane Kruger arrived in that office. I would say though that if you like that kind of movie, you get great actors in there, and old Hollywood (it seems like a trend lately). Would I recommend it? No, but you might really love neo-noir movies.

Damn, not again

Well I really wanted this film to be good, especially considering Liam Neeson's recent films have all been terrible. This one actually looked like it would be different.

Unfortunately its another painfully stale outing for Liam. Boring, dull, and just sad are the words I would use to describe Marlowe. Bland writing, terrible and at times cringe worthy dialogue. Just made me think why on earth is Liam Neeson and Diane Kruger in this film, they are soo much better than this crap.

The only thing that got me through this film is the fact that one, this film did have a good cast. Two, I love the 1930s aesthetic, and neo-noir atmosphere is awesome. Three, Liam Neeson and Diane Kruger are great actors but even they couldn't save this film from being unbearably boring.

If you're a fan of Neeson then maybe if you're desperate enough you could possibly derive some enjoyment from this but I doubt it, huge skip. Probably would've done better as a straight to streaming movie.

IMDb: 2/10Letterboxd: 2/5

Watched in Theaters.

"Down these mean streets..."

As a Raymond Chandler fan and one who likes Liam Neeson's acting and films I was quite delighted to know about this film. Based on a novel inspired by Chandler "Marlowe" follows the basic plot of Chandlers first novel "The Big Sleep" where a married woman of wealth hires detective Philip Marlowe to find her boyfriend who mysteriously disappeared. Marlowe gets to work and into the dark underbelly of the big city he grapples with forces as challenging as they are ugly. Featuring Neeson as Marlowe the film depicts depression-era Los Angeles in fine laidback form. Neeson isn't the world-weary, annoying smarta** Marlowe is in the classic novels but well... Liam Neeson. Whether that's good or bad depends on your movie palate. Good acting and a smooth pace keep this simple and straightforward film going. While nothing outstanding and no classic the film delivers. Noir is usually worth the watch and this is no exception. So bring out the popcorn and soda and harken back to the age of fedoras, trench coats, and crime in black and white.
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