• 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)
No other thriller has ever matched the quality and originality of "TheFrench Connection", one of the most heart-pounding realistic cop moviesthat ever enriched the silver screen. Only in the early 70's, such amasterpiece could have been made, at the creative pinnacle ofHollywood's New Wave that brou...
This is quite a good movie. There are several things that make itinteresting: 1. Who is actually the Bad Guy? Popeye Doyle (GeneHackman) plays a compulsive, maniacal, bizarre and extremely violentcop, whose obsession to bust Alain Charnier(Fernando Rey, thearistocratic-looking Spanish European actor...
I have heard so much about The French Connection, in my film class acouple years ago, we watched the exciting car chase scene that madethis movie so famous. I just thought of the film again and decided torent it. I watched it this morning and I have to say that WilliamFriedkin is definitely a terrif...
Until this film was released the maximum amount of insight the averagejoe had into police procedure were the straight-laced, no-nonsense copshows such as Dragnet. Cops were heroes, the robbers were villains. TheFrench Connection blurred the line, and set a standard for police dramathat influenced a ...
The French Connection is an absolutely brilliant piece of cinema, anddefinitely worth a watch. I am only 16, and think that this is one ofthe greatest films ever made. The documentary style cinematography (by Owen Roizman) is thoroughlyabsorbing and particularly effective during Popeye Doyle's (Gene...
Although I think Clockwork Orange should have won, I don't really mindit didn't because The French Connection is not only a perfectentertainment movie but it opened the eyes of American establishmentthat there was something rotten in Denmark and they should really dosomething about it.I have no idea...
Most of the complaints from reviewers who disliked this film fall intotwo categories: 1: the famous car/train chase was unexceptional; and,2: the story is boring (because it is either too straightforward or tooconfusing, depending on the reviewer).Although the car/train chase is, cinematically speak...
If you only look at The French Connection as an ordinary cops-n-robbersdrama from the early 1970s, it's okay with some startling violence andone really good chase scene. When you consider that it won a BestPicture Oscar, you're forced to wonder what the Academy voters weresmoking that year and wheth...
This film is always referred to as one of the greatest American moviesever made!! That should come as no surprise to anyone!! The movie"French Connection" was very short, and concise, and, it conveyed astunningly poignant message concerning a breakthrough in the safe guardagainst drug trafficking!! ...
Although not the very best film of 1971, The French Connection packsenough of a wallop to continue significance as a serious, butun-shamefully entertaining, thriller. William Friedkin, the director,has said about the film that he wanted to "infuse the documentarystyle." And in this rare time in Holl...
I'm 30-something... grew up with Star Wars, Indiana Jones, etcetera.... but I also enjoy the classics like Casablanca, Gone with theWind, Citizen Kane. They are slow-paced, but filled with tons of nuanceand depth, and you can watch them again and again. Every viewingreveals something new, that you m...
"The French Connection" is the sort of movie that lets the intensityslowly mount until you can't look away. As a cop movie, this is asgritty as they come; an urban stroll through New York City - from theupper crust to seedy Brooklyn. Hackman's something to see here, a sharkpreying through murky wate...
Anyone who grew up anywhere near New York in the seventies canappreciate this movie. The grittiness of the streets and the generalfeel of the neighborhoods are captured in every scene. This film isbased on a true story and is so real that the actual detectives whothis story is based are in the movie...
Based on the real-life exploits of two New York detectives, 'The FrenchConnection' is a knockout cop thriller with so much jarring excitementthat it will have you literally gasping for breath. The movie is one ofthe undisputed must-sees of guy-dom: raw, gritty, grimy, elegant in itsplot simplicity y...
Grown up in the seventies and eighties I remember this flick wellbecause my dad loved to see flicks with Gene Hackman. Nowadays thoseflicks are out on Blu Ray and sometimes it's worth picking up like thisone. The Blu ray itself isn't that great, you can see the conversiontowards Hi-Def but don't be ...
William Friedkins' capturing of this detective story seems almost toohonest. Yes New York City is dirty and cold and can be seen byoutsiders as a diseased environment with cancer cell like peopleflowing through its streets. It was just as I remembered visiting itmany times as a young boy. That in it...
This film is a conspiracy thriller about smugglers and their plan toimport over 20% of pure drugs into the United States from Marseilles.Detectives Popeye and Cloudy are searching the bleak depressing streetsof New York in this classic 70's classic. Overall what we have here isa fascinating and well...
THE FRENCH CONNECTION is a superb crime drama with an excellent centralperformance by Gene Hackman. He plays Jimmy "Popeye" Doyle, ano-nonsense, obsessive narc who is on the trail of a suspected drugdealer with connections from France (hence, the title). What struck meimmediately was the was gritty,...
Years ago, in an effort to expand her horizons, I sat my wife down andshowed her Akira Kurosawa's masterpiece, STRAY DOG. In STRAY DOG,there's a sequence where our star, Toshiro Mifune, must infiltrate theblack market and try to recover his stolen pistol before it can be usedin the commission of a f...
Though the plot is as unrealistic as most movies of this genre, thestunts are a lot more believable than you'll find in most. I'm notgoing to pretend that this is some sort of masterpiece. Though it isbasically another "generic action flick", the twists that they add toit make it worth watching. The...
NYC cops Jimmy 'Popeye' Doyle (Gene Hackman) and Buddy Russo (RoyScheider)finish a fairly routine shift and decide to go for a drinktogether after work. Whilst they are drinking in the bar, Doyle noticesSal Boca (Tony Lo Bianco)dining at a table within the bar. Doyle has a'hunch' that something isn'...
If you mention The French Connection around men over forty, they'lltell you how good it is.This movie directed by William Friedkin has fallen into obscurity.We've all heard of it. But how many of us have actually seen it?It holds up strong!Starring Gene Hackman as Jimmy "Popeye" Doyle, a brash alcoh...
Alain Charnier (Fernando Rey) is a big time french gangster heroinsmuggler. He is bringing a huge shipment into NYC. Popeye Doyle (GeneHackman) is a tough angry bigot who knows the streets. Buddy Russo (RoyScheider) is his younger sidekick who's got his back. The partnersinvestigate small time Brook...
Re-watching William Friedkin's seminal 1971 police procedural for thefirst time in well over a decade, it struck me how truly groundbreakingit is. All the usual movie tropes, especially those that usually propelthe protagonist in any number of cop films (revenge, broken marriage,dead partner, etc) a...
This film was ground breaking at the time, and it still is today. Themovie amazingly holds up today because of its high standards. Itintroduced audiences to on the fly police investigation. What'sinteresting about the film is that the criminal is more of a stand upcitizen than the police officer, it...
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