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The Usual Suspects (1995). Movie Reviews

The Usual Suspects is a marvellous movie directed by Bryan Singer in 1995. Don't miss it

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The Usual Suspects is a 1995 thriller movie directed by Bryan Singer. Starring Kevin Spacey (Margin Call), Gabriel Byrne, Chazz Palminteri, Benicio del Toro and Stephen Baldwin. Christopher McQuarrie wrote the screenplay.

A great movie.

Plot. Synopsis

Director Bryan Singer’s labyrinthine crime drama centers on five career criminals who meet after being rounded up for a standard police line-up. Upon their release, the men band together to pull off an intricate heist involving 3 million dollars worth of emeralds. Their success brings them to the attention of the enigmatic Keyser Soze, an unseen, nefarious, and mythic underworld crime figure who coerces them into pulling off an important and highly dangerous job. (Filmaffinity)

Movie Reviews

“Dense with plot intricacies, thick with atmosphere, and packed with showy roles for a hip ensemble, ‘The Usual Suspects’ is fun to watch” Lisa Schwarzbaum: Entertainment Weekly

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The Usual Suspects (1995)
The Usual Suspects (1995)

Movie title: The Usual Suspects

Movie description: Director Bryan Singer's labyrinthine crime drama centers on five career criminals who meet after being rounded up for a standard police line-up. Upon their release, the men band together to pull off an intricate heist involving 3 million dollars worth of emeralds. Their success brings them to the attention of the enigmatic Keyser Soze, an unseen, nefarious, and mythic underworld crime figure who coerces them into pulling off an important and highly dangerous job. (Filmaffinity)

Date published: August 11, 2021

Country: United States

Duration: 105 mins

Author: Martin Cid

Director(s): Bryan Singer

Actor(s): Kevin Spacey, Gabriel Byrne, Chazz Palminteri, Benicio del Toro, Stephen Baldwin, Pete Postlethwaite, Giancarlo Esposito, Dan Hedaya

Genre: Thriller

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One of the best thrillers in History of Cinema

Overall
8/10
8/10

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