Submit a letter to the editor or write to letters theatlantic. Like the movie itself, his Harry careens a bit, hedonistic one moment and judgmental the next. The movie is full of knowing, self-referential moments like this, and those with a limited appetite for irony may wish to steer clear. For the rest of us, however, Black has assembled a delightfully crafty ride, a film that succeeds as both paragon and parody of its genre better than any other since the Scream franchise. To research his role, he's assigned "detective lessons" with big-time P. The last time he was this generous may have been 's Thunderheart. In the hard-boiled genre, by contrast, the opposite was true: "[T]he scene outranked the plot, in the sense that a good plot was one that made good scenes.
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