138 Min. | Crime – Drama – Mystery | October 1997
IMDB Rating: 8.3
Director: Curtis Hanson
Starring: Kevin Spacey, Russell Crowe, Guy Pearce
L.A. Confidential Review
Give a collection of great actors a great story to work with and you are likely to end up with something rather special. Such is the case with L.A. Confidential. The boldface names jump off the page, Kevin Spacey, Russell Crowe, Kim Basinger, Danny DeVito, James Cromwell and, in his first big-time role, Guy Pearce. And none of these big names are just mailing it in, here to collect a paycheck. They’re all on top of their games, undoubtedly helped to no small extent by the wonderfully nuanced and utterly intriguing story. This story takes place in 1950s Los Angeles but this is a side of L.A. Confidential most people don’t get to see.
Behind all the Hollywood glamour L.A. Confidential has a seamy side which will be the focus of this tale. At the heart of L.A. Confidential are three cops who ostensibly are supposed to be working together but who go about the business of dispensing justice in very different ways. Crowe plays aggressive hothead Bud White. Spacey is Jack Vincennes, who takes more pride in his work as an adviser on a popular television cop drama than he does in his actual police work. And Pearce plays Edmund Exley, a young up-and-comer in the department who plays things by the book. As we will soon see Exley is rather unique in an LAPD which believes in doing whatever is necessary to bring the guilty to justice. Even if it means becoming a little guilty themselves.
L.A. Confidential is first and foremost a great story, with many fascinating twists and turns along the way. L.A. Confidential also serves as a showcase for some of this generation’s finest acting talents. Each of the main characters is wonderfully unique and each of the actors involved does a terrific job in bringing those characters to life. These are complex characters in a complex tale. It’s so involved that the acting had to be stellar if this film was going to work and none of the stars disappoint. Terrific storytelling brought to life by a collection of inspired performances makes L.A. Confidential an absolute winner.
L.A. Confidential Free Movie 1997, Full Movie Download L.A. Confidential 1997, L.A. Confidential 1997 Film, L.A. Confidential 1997 Download Free Movie from Moviepark
Top free links to Download ‘L.A. Confidential’ full Movie
- DOWNLOAD LINK 1 FULL MOVIE L.A. Confidential
- DOWNLOAD LINK 2 FULL MOVIE L.A. Confidential
- DOWNLOAD LINK 3 FULL MOVIE L.A. Confidential