Fri, 22 December 2017
In 2006, writer/director Rian Johnson filmed his first feature film Brick, an ambitious mix of noir storytelling in a modern day high school setting starring former child actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a hard boiled detective investigating the murder of a former girlfriend that leads him down a rabbit hole of vice and violence. The film garnered a cult following but never caught mainstream success. But does the film deserve the acclaim or should it be left in a drainage ditch? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.
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