TAXI DRIVER Rides Through the Moral Soup of Murder

This Martin Scorsese classic is the barometer for movies dealing with PTSD – not an overt military movie, but one that examines the effects of war and isolation and the lack of help for those who come home.

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BAD LIEUTENANT: Ferrara’s Hard Look at the Intersection Between Crime and Faith

An unhinged look at corruption, sin, and the potential for redemption in the darkest of places.

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Red Dragon Tells Harris with Little Flavour

Red Dragon. 2002. Directed by Brett Ratner. Screenplay by Ted Tally; based on the novel Red Dragon by Thomas Harris. Starring Anthony Hopkins, Edward Norton, Ralph Fiennes, Harvey Keitel, Emily Watson, Mary-Louise Parker, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Anthony Heald, Ken Leung, Frankie Faison, and Tyler Patrick Jones. Universal Pictures. Rated R. 124 minutes. Crime/Thriller ★★★1/2 I’mContinue reading “Red Dragon Tells Harris with Little Flavour”

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