• 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)
I'd heard about this film for some time. I thought it was either aboutfashion or some sort of Audrey Hepburn comedy. I was surprised todiscover that it was a very considered stakeout film.This is a gritty New York, with dirt and mud on the pavements, wildsteam vents from the sewers, and fake blood t...
Friedkin hasn't made a good movie in a while, or at least not one asgood as this one but that doesn't matter. For making this film and theExorcist, William Friedkin gets a lifetime pass. As far as I'mconcerned, he can make as many CSI episodes as he wants.Every single shot, every single line, every ...
THE FRENCH CONNECTION is not an easy film to absorb. It's utterbleakness and moral ambiguity leave the "modern" viewer strangelyunsatisfied. Hackman's superb portrayal is almost TOO real. We want andneed our heroes to be stoic, upright, and above all else, SYMPATHETIC.Popeye Doyle is NONE of these t...
William Friedkin's 1971 hit 'The French Connection' is a film that theyear is proud of. A multi Academy-Award Winning epic, on the cat versusmouse situation between the cops and the mobsters. The script ismediocre, but the execution is truly excellent. Razor-sharp climax,works only on its advantage....
This crime drama became a cult classic quickly. Director WilliamFriedkin presents New York City's underbelly with brilliance. "Popeye"Doyle(Gene Hackman)is a colorful NYC Narcotics cop to say the least. Heis bold, brash, vulgar and seems to fear nothing. When he plays a hunchit is not always right, ...
One of the things that strikes you while watching 'The FrenchConnection' is how absolutely cruddy Brooklyn, New York looks. If thismovie is to be believed, it is an urban nightmare (or at least was,circa 1971). Trash-strewn lawns jammed next to crowded overheadfreeways, filthy sidewalks, bleak alley...
To my opinion,i do really think that this is one of the most finestcrime movie which have been made in history. There is no doubt thatGene Hackman has show a great performance in this movie,and sure, hedeserves an Oscar as one of the best actor in the world. I really wouldlike to compare this movie ...
The French Connection has a shrewd, hardened language no one can put inwriting. Literally. Despite They Shoot Horses screenwriter ErnestTidyman's arbitrary screen writing credit and even his subsequentOscar, there was no script to the picture. It was all impromptudialogue from Friedkin's experiences...
Young William Friedkin grabbed you attention from the open credits. Themood set by the great music score from Don Ellis coupled with theopening scenes in Marseilles tells you, "we're going on a journey".Similar to the opening scenes shot in Iraq for his next film "TheExorcist". It showed this direct...
This famous movie concerns on ¨Popeye Doyle¨(Gene Hackman)an unorthodoxnarcotics undercover police following the Marsella French connectionabout a smuggling ring connected with a New York crook (TonyLoBianco).He teams up with cop Buddy Russo, ¨Cloudy¨(RoyScheider)following the trail to hunt down...
This film came out, ironically during a period in our country's Historywhen the Police and Police Departments in general were coming underincreasingly close scrutiny. It could even be called unfair anddishonest criticism, originating mainly from the Political Far Left,the Left-leaning Press and Elec...
"The French Connection" maybe isn't the best movie of 1971(hint: "AClockwork Orange") yet it still packs a very intense and entertainingpunch of action and high suspense drama. Director William Friedkinreally did a great job shaping and directing this film for it's actionpacked entertainment and for...
Doyle and Russo are two tough New York cops playing a hunch thatthere's a big heroin score coming in. They make Sal Boca, a small-timeoperator, and tie him to an elusive Frenchman, Alain Charnier, who justmay be a heroin smuggler from Marseille. Can they track down the hauland make the collar ?The t...
Watching "The French Connection" is watching one of the greatest evermade that portray police officers on a crime case. Released in 1971,"The French Connection" was groundbreaking in so many ways, and I havenot found many crime movies that can match its brilliance. DirectorWilliam Friedkin gave the ...
"The French Connection" presents a gritty New York with a relentlesspolice officer and his partner determined to break up a French drugring. The cinematography and score set up the appropriate seedyatmosphere nicely. Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider are effective as thetwo policemen. Particularly notab...
A question to start With: whatever happened to William Friedkin? Theman who gave us the dark masterpiece 'The Exorcist', the interestingremake of 'The Wages of Fear, titled 'The Sorcerer' and, of course,this unique piece of art. Anyway... sh*t happens.I love this movie. Firstly, it's one of the firs...
Narcotics cops Popeye Doyle(Gene Hackman)and Buddy Russo(RoyScheider)find themselves in a major sting operation of a major drugshakedown when it's discovered Sal Bocca(Tony Lo Bianco), adrug-dealing virgin has formed a major coup with French drug-lord AlainCharnier(Fernando Rey). In a sneaky trick, ...
1971. Gene Hackman, Fernando Rey, Roy Scheider. New York Detective"Popeye" Doyle and his partner chase a French heroin smuggler. Well,the plot is more involved than all that, but not so much as to lose itsway in the telling of it.Hackman's performance is one of the grittiest performances I had evers...
I miss the days of non political correctness. In fact, that is the waymany cops were back in the day. Hackmann's Popeye Doyle was a racist,but also a smart enough cop to keep his job for as long as he did.Anyone who thinks that this movie glorifies Popeye Doyle, has missedthe entire point of the fil...
A movie that's most remembered for a complex and dazzling car chasescene through the streets of New York City, "The French Connection"wowed audiences and critics at the time and set the mold for the grittypolice crime drama that still exists today in our movie theatres and onour television screens. ...
While Gene Hackman may despise being in violent films (and maybe evenwinning an Academy Award for his performance in them), I cannot denythat it is in that genre that he really pulls off his greatestperformances and "The French Connection" is the film that started hiscareer, making him a national ce...
In some ways this movie is better than the Godfather when it comes toportraying crime. In short: very believable characters, realisticacting, great story and plot, etc. Do not see any flaws and I thinkthis movie will stay well ingrained in my memory for a long time.Definitely deserves to be on AFI's...
This has got to be one of Gene Hackman's best known films, got him anOscar, although his best performance i though came in French Connection2.The French Connection has a lot to offer a drama, thriller, drugs, carchase etc. Hackman plays Popeye Doyle a hardy cop, who's ends upchasing a drugs baron, p...
The French connection is a brilliant semi documentary based on a reallife New York cop who liked to break through some of the rules in orderto get a major bust on a consignment of Heroin which has arrived hiddenin a car from France.There is no Hollywood glamour portrayed in this film. Its photograph...
Before Gene Hackman was Lex Luthor, he was a narcotics cop hell-bent oncatching drug traffickers between America and France. In this realstory, Hackman tracks down dealers while fighting his own alcoholismand addiction to picking up questionable women (a woman who is in onescene on a bicycle and in ...
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