• 电影名称 The French Connection

  • ——The time is just right for an out and out thriller like this.
  • 中文名称 法国贩毒网
  •  类型  动作 / 犯罪 / 惊悚
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语 / 法语
  •  时长  1 hr 44 min (104 min)
  • 上映时间 9 October 1971 (USA)
This is an intense, unremitting, intelligent and incredibly fast-pacedfilm which blends action, cinematic realism, art and humor into amasterwork of hard-edged crime drama. But to categorize this film asdrama, suspense or action really does violence to it. This is just agreat film, and it doesn't fi...
The French Connection is number seventy on the AFI's list of top 100movies,right before Forrest Gump. But why is it known as such a great film?Whydid it win Best Picture at the 1971 Academy Awards? Why was it soimportant?The French Connection was made in 1971, starring a then 41-year-old GeneHackm...
I first saw The French Connection in the summer of '72 (after it won theOscar), so it's reputation was fairly well sealed by then. I had seenfairnumber of 1971 films, including The Hospital, Nicholas and Alexandria, AClockwork Orange, Shaft, Le Boucher, Dirty Harry. The French Connectionwassomething...
'The French Connection' has really stood the test of time. William Friedkinis one American director who has almost been forgotten about, despite makingsome excellent movies like 'The Birthday Party', 'The Exorcist' and'Cruising'. 'The French Connection' is his best movie by far, and one of the1970s ...
"The French Connection" is an excellent film in every way imaginable. GeneHackman (Oscar-winning) stars as a tough New York cop who is obsessed withstopping the flow of heroin into the city from France. Fernando Rey isperfect as the ring-leader of the smuggling. Tough, gritty, and realistic,"The ...
In most movies, the good guys are portrayed as models for others,examples for a better life. The bad guys, on the other hand, areusually dirty rat scums. What a refreshing surprise to see that TheFrench Connection has the roles loosely interchanged. Set against thebackdrop of bleak New York City str...
My favorite movie of all time "A Clockwork Orange" lost at the bestpicture Acadamy Award ceremony against this movie. However looking atthis movie I can't say that it's undeserved, for "The FrenchConnection" truly is one of the best movies from at least the seventiesand maybe of all time. It most ce...
The dividing line between tough cops and mad mobsters is often so slimit could be inscribed on the rim of a steel-jacketed .45 bullet… When Gene Hackman, as Popeye Doyle is hot on the trail of that illegalload of heroin, he lets nothing and nobody get in his way… If onestands aside from th...
Following a mix of hunches and leads, two tough NYPD narcotic cops setup surveillance on a candy store in the belief that the owners of thestore are somehow involved in drug dealing on the side. Putting thesqueeze on the store leads them to a couple of new people, specificallya smooth French crimina...
I just bought "The French Connection" DVD-box (must for anybody whoappreciates fascinating old thriller classics) and I have to admit that eventhough I've seen this terrific film couple of times some years ago now Ifinally realized how stylish, impressive, brilliant and powerful movie itactually is....
The French Connection (1971)Director William Friedkin would make it impossible to see his careerstraight two years after "The French Connection" by directing "TheExorcist," which took on a life of its own. But prior to that, this wasthe movie that defined his career. It was the New Hollywood answer ...
Rated R for Strong Violence,Language and Drug Content. QuebecRating:13+ Canadian Home Video Rating:R(should be 18A)I saw The French Connection a few days ago and I must say, I wasdisappointed.Everybody says this is an excellent movie.It won BestPicture of 1971 at the Academy Awards.It beat Clockwork...
... But perhaps a little bit dated now This must have shocked audiencesat the time . Anti hero cop Popeye Doyle doesn't bend rules because hedoesn't understand the concept of rules , catching scumbags is all thatmatters and if that means beating information out of a small timescumbag so be it . Hack...
I didn't enjoy this one much.The film featured very little character development--for instance, GeneHackman acted pretty well, but I had no idea where his character'smotivations were coming from, so I couldn't understand him or relate to himat all. By the end of the movie, most of the characters we...
Be prepared! This movie will be most entertaining for those who like towatch extended scenes of police surveillance - in other words, peoplewho like to watch people watching people will love this. Probably 75%of this movie revolves around police surveillance or various chases.That's not particularly...
I saw this film many many years ago, I thought it was good, but I don'tthink I really appreciated it as much as I did this time around. It wonfive Oscars including Best Picture, Best Actor for Gene Hackman andBest Director for William Friedkin. A gritty movie with no punchespulled, it really grabs y...
The French Connection and Bullitt have had so many imitators over thepast 40 years it's almost impossible to remember that the clichés aboutpolice films had their start with these two. Still they did set astandard and should be remembered for that.My basic problem with The French Connection is the ...
After tailing a chap in Marseilles, France, a mousy man is shot in theface by a thug. We learn later that the dead man was a Frenchundercover cop. In Brooklyn, NY, a man dressed up as Santa Claus andanother one in plain clothes chase down an obvious drug pusher andrough him up. After the pusher knif...
The Term Gritty may be Overused but it is not an Overstatement to callthis Film just that. New York City in the Days before its DisneyesqueClean-Up looks like Anything but an Inviting Tourist Spot. You canalmost Smell the Stench. Even the Upscale Hotel and Restaurant seem tohave a Patina of Smog Res...
Some films are great because of the way they make you feel, think, orlaugh. Then there are the great genre films, which work within theirgenre confines while expanding the boundaries for genre films to come.Such is the police procedural "The French Connection."The streets of New York City have been ...
Gene Hackman, a narcs cop called "Popeye Doyle" won an Academy Awardfor his brilliant performance...(he appears more scary than the crookshe is after.) It is a 1971 film, and that is one of the many reasons itis great (the 70s was THE golden era for great movies). The Hackmanperformance rocketed him...
5 Oscars and 3 nominations. Beat "A clockwork Orange" to the ribbon anddeservedly so. This is a perfect cop movie - gritty, fast-paced,intense, no super-hero cops but realistic believable characters.Although the genre of this film is classified as action, but I thinkits as much drama as action. Ther...
"The French Connection" - One of the most slick, no-nonsense and sharpmovie I have ever seen. I reckon it as one of the finest Hollywood filmever made. William Friedkin have manged to synthesize styles of somethe best directors of all time but yet made this movie his very own.The film has godfathere...
My impression of this was that it was a prototype for later Hollywood;fast-paced action, troubled morals, violence zig zagging through aninconsequential world. So I had already written it off in my mind asderivative cop stuff and was not planning to see. But then I saw ToLive and Die in LA and was r...
One could criticise this film for being too unvaried: it consists ofvirtually nothing but surveillance and pursuit. We know nothing of thehome lives of the heroes, for instance, except a brief excursion intothe kinky side of Popeye Doyle (Gene Hackman). We actually see muchmore of the backgrounds of...
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