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The Black Dahlia

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The movie is based on a true story of the brutal murder of a fledgling Hollywood starlet that shocked and fascinated the nation in 1947 and remains unsolved today. Two cops, Bucky Bleichert and his partner, Lee Blanchard, investigate the death of 'Elizabeth Short (I)', a young woman found brutally murdered and find their personal and professional lives fall apart in the wake of the investigation.
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Time Out
Ellroy's prose crawls into characters' secret hearts and under the reader's skin, but its foetid horrors become kitschy here, the script too streamlined and the lead performances too shallow to dredge the story's depths.
September 23, 2006
Village Voice
There are moments when The Black Dahlia projects a spectral world, but its ghosts in broad daylight are elusive at best.
September 15, 2006
Matt's Movie Reviews
An over indulgent and often confusing stab at film noir, The Black Dahlia leaves little to be desired as director Brian De Palma continues to prove that his best days are behind him.
July 06, 2010
eFilmCritic.com
Won't do much to dissuade the common rap against De Palma as a cold technician who takes projects just for the elaborate set pieces they provide him.
July 23, 2007
Eye for Film
You've barely time to soak up one revelation before another one is dumped on you from a great height.
December 07, 2007
New York Observer
Mr. De Palma and his collaborators have been unable to translate Mr. Ellroy's depth of feeling into cinematic equivalents.
September 20, 2006
New Yorker
The picture is a kind of fattened goose that's been stuffed with goose-liver pâté. It's overrich and fundamentally unsatisfying.
September 23, 2006
ReelViews
This is far from one of the director's better efforts and should be avoided by all those who are not sworn De Palma boosters.
September 23, 2006