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Ah, the Usual Suspects. My private favourite film of all time. Don't allow my bias be a fool. Perhaps it's not THE greatest film ever, but it's one that I never receive tired of.If you like flash and bikinis and breath-taking camera angles, you won't search them here. Usual Suspects is not an "epic," and it doesn't pretend to be. It's a modestly-budgeted piece by a new director (who soon went on to do the X-Men movies, a FAR departure).A great, gritty script, beautifully-acted characters, and what many have named the best film ending of all time, are some of the shining qualities that create the Usual Suspects an object worthy of praise above its humble-looking shell.The casting is very unusual but somehow fits perfectly. Gabriel Byrne is convincing as the ex-con trying to build a fresh life when he gets drawn back into his old life. Stephen Baldwin has the role of his career as the smart-mouthed and cocky professional. Kevin Pollak takes a large departure from his usual nice comedy self to take a more dramatic role. Benicio del Toro literally takes a one-dimensional hero with absolutely nothing in the script to give him character, and he fleshes it out with brilliant mannerisms and memorable mumbling to present wonderful acting creativity. Kevin Spacey as we know him was born from this movie. His manners and fast-talking yet shy gimp nature are a treat to listen to throughout the flick.Without giving away the plot, the greatest and most genius parts of the film are the subtleties. After you see the ending, and the truth hits you like a ton of bricks, you have to watch it again. On the second time through, you'll jump up and mission at the screen whenever you spot a clue you missed the first time. It's even possible to watch the film multiple times and see something fresh with each viewing. It's that attention to feature that create the deceptively innocent-looking Usual Suspects one of the best films of all time.
DISCLAIMER: Not seen 'The Usual Suspects' yet? Then don't waste any time reading this! Rent it, purchase it, borrow it, I don't mind, but watch it before you bother reading any further.One of the main reasons that 'The Usual Suspects' leaves such a long-lasting impression on the viewer is that it takes advantage of the gullibility of the audience. For the first 100 mins we are delivered an intriguing and complex storyline to which there seems no simple answer. When the final piece of the puzzle seems to be in zone the whole movie is turned on its head. This final revelation initially leaves you speechless and then shortly after the audience realises that they have fallen for a brilliantly inspired trick. The second nice trick that this movie plays on its audience is making us think that by watching it again we'll be able to understand slightly better what was really going on. The truth is that the more you test to create sense of it, the more confusing it becomes. It's probably greatest not to test to look for any concrete answers and just agree that we fell for the filmmaker's tricks. The success of the movie is mainly thanks to the sense of satisfaction the audience is left with at the end of the film. I think that folks love the concept of a storyline when you're not sure who you can really trust, along with the realisation that the film's most shady characters are the filmmakers themselves.Aside from the twist the movie is also special in the method the narrative is presented. The majority of the storyline is said as a series of flashbacks by crippled con artist Verbal Kint (a performance which deservedly won Kevin Spacey his first Oscar). The film's another Oscar went to screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie (who also directed 'The Method of the Gun' (2000)) for his brilliantly constructed screenplay. It's a testament to the director, Bryan Singer that he was able to combine all these elements and turn them into something which is nothing short of a modern masterpiece. His moody and ellegant direction support to bring the movie together and perfectly complement the film's dark tone. A mention could also go to John Ottman for his skilful editing and nice score.The Usual Suspects is more than just a movie with a intelligent ending. It revealed an terrible lot about movie audiences and showed us that their expectations can be used vs them. It is also a movie about storyline saying and the importance of myth. I think that one of the most valuable lessons that filmmakers can learn from The Usual Suspects' is that the more interesting and intriguing your storyline is the more your audience will believe.The Usual Suspects was certainly not the first movie to include twist ending (the twist ending became one of Alfred Hitchcock's trademarks) and was certainly not the last ('The Sixth Sense' (1999) also used this technique effectively but left more subtle clues for the audience to pick up on their repeated viewings). Despite this 'The Usual Suspects' remains one of the most innovative and memorable crime thrillers of the nineties.
'The Usual Suspects' has received a lot of comment for its assassin twist ending, which while by no means the first in film history, has proved to be enormously influential (stand up Messrs. Fincher and Shyamalan...). But this film is so much more than a surprise ending! It is a meticulously scripted, faultlessly acted masterpiece that stands up to repeated viewings. Each single time I watch it I notice some fresh detail, or receive more enjoyment out of a performance or scene. This film really place Kevin Spacey on the map, but everyone in the ensemble cast is outstanding, even Stephen Baldwin(!), who has never appeared in a film this nice before, or since. I also got a kick out of the Paul Bartel ( 'Death Race 2000', 'Eating Raoul') cameo, and the ultra-cool Peter Greene's ('Laws Of Gravity', 'Pulp Fiction') all too brief appearance. Bartel is sorely missed, and Greene one day (mark my words!) will become the star he deserves to be.Director Bryan Singer has yet to live up to the promise shown here with his subsequent movies, the average 'Apt Pupil' and the disappointing 'X-Men'. For all the acclaim he and the (admittedly superb) cast have received, the true star of 'The Usual Suspects' is Christopher McQuarrie's sensational script, one of the finest of the modern era, and one that genuinely deserved it's Oscar.It really doesn't receive any better than this!! One of the best films ever made, any time, any where. A truly unforgettable experience.
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