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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Before the Devil Knows You're Dead Review

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Like a collective reticulum, Sidney Lumet delivers a multi-layered, brilliantly acted crime noir that is directed like an experimental film, but placed so well together that it glues your eye to the screen until the bittersweet end. Personally, I found some annoying editing, some bad casting, and the ending to be a bit too open-ended, but as the story unfolded, there was nothing really to complain about. It's a little mellow masterpiece that makes you realize how far a bad idea can take you (and not in a good way). 8.1/10.

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