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The Usual Suspects
Year:
1995
Country:
USA, Germany
Genre:
Crime, Thriller, Mystery
IMDB rating:
8.6
Director:
Bryan Singer
Stephen Baldwin as Michael McManus
Gabriel Byrne as Dean Keaton
Benicio Del Toro as Fred Fenster
Kevin Pollak as Todd Hockney
Kevin Spacey as Roger 'Verbal' Kint
Chazz Palminteri as Dave Kujan, US Customs
Pete Postlethwaite as Kobayashi
Giancarlo Esposito as Jack Baer, FBI
Suzy Amis as Edie Finneran
Dan Hedaya as Sgt. Jeffrey 'Jeff' Rabin
Paul Bartel as Smuggler
Carl Bressler as Saul Berg
Phillipe Simon as Fortier
Jack Shearer as Renault
Storyline: Following a truck hijack in New York, five conmen are arrested and brought together for questioning. As none of them is guilty, they plan a revenge operation against the police. The operation goes well, but then the influence of a legendary mastermind criminal called Keyser Söze is felt. It becomes clear that each one of them has wronged Söze at some point and must pay back now. The payback job leaves 27 men dead in a boat explosion, but the real question arises now: Who actually is Keyser Söze?
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Reviews
A mystery you can solve in the first 30 minutes
Warning: Spoilers ahead

Nicely filmed, with good atmosphere, but a pretty lame plot. I had the surprise plot twist at the end figured out in the first half-hour: standard thing about mysteries is that at least one person is always lying. When you only have one person telling a story, it's pretty easy to figure out whom that would be.

But an enjoyable film to watch in any case. Worth renting, not worth buying. Definitely not worth its place in the top 250 films.
2002-04-18
Too clever for it's own good.
I'm not much for writing reviews. But then again, there's not a lot of films where I go against popular opinion. The Usual Suspects is an exception.

***SPOILER WARNING***

The Usual Suspects is an exception because it lies. It lies because it presents itself as a clever mystery; as a riddle. Except riddles are solvable. Trying to solve The Usual Suspects is like trying to solve a jigsaw with lego pieces.

Not counting final few moments, the film is actually good. It takes you into the final scenes with great anticipation. 'Finally', you say, 'the twist will be revealed, which will put everything into perspective.' The film doesn't do that. Instead, the twist leaves you with endless questions. It leaves you thinking, 'Why did any of that just happen?' Why does Verbal design an intricate plan to recruit four nobodies when he could just pay people? Why does he tell Kujan his story using phrases from the bulletin board, when he can easily be discovered?

And to top it off, the final scene is almost as bad as the twist itself. Verbal gets away, but all too late. He's been found out. Two hours of lies for nothing.

The Usual Suspects tries combine mystery and a clever twist and fails. Fails hard. The 'mystery' is nothing but lies, and the 'clever twist' is anything but clever.

3/10
2008-10-31
Review-The Usual Suspects
Review: The Usual Suspects 'The Usual Suspects' a crime-drama mystery about a survivor telling a policeman about the events leading up to a shootout on a boat, which all started when five criminals met in a supposedly random police line-up. Directed by Bryan Singer and starring Gabriel Byrne, Benicio Del Toro, Pete Posthlewaite, Steven Baldwin and Kevin Spacey. Released in 1995 it is a film with great characters and a very engaging story. The usual suspects starts out with 'Verbal' excellently played by Kevin Spacey' who is being grilled by a U.S customs agent after being one of two survivors of a catastrophic shootout on a boat. Verbal reluctantly recounts how he came to be on the boat starting with him meeting 4 other criminals in a seemingly random police line-up. Firstly what makes this film great is the acting especially Kevin Spacey's acting. My favourite scene in the film is the police line- up. It is a very iconic, well known scene. It is very funny. What makes it funny is that apparently it was supposed to be a serious scene but the actors were messing around and injecting a bit of humour into it. Even director Brian Singer adlibbed in a line: 'In English please?' I love the acting in this film. Benicio Del Toro's mumbling is appreciated. I enjoyed seeing Kevin Spacey's fast talking' innocent and shy manner is extremely captivating. Gabriel Byrne has a very convincing role as an ex-criminal trying to start fresh. Stephen Baldwin does a great job of playing the smart mouth, cocky professional of the group. Bryan Singer expertly uses tension and suspense to deliver a mind blowing twist at the end. I would absolutely recommend watching this film for a second time. Watching it again and seeing all the hints that the director had subtly snuck in is a very satisfying thing and enhances the overall experience. What I think makes this film great is the fact that it didn't have a huge budget, there's not any over the top special effects, the acting is great, it has a relatively easy to follow story line and then the ending is like the cherry on top.

In conclusion I think everyone should see this film at least twice. The acting is excellent especially Kevin Spacey, the story is great and the twist is just right. Overall I give this film a 9/10. It's just so likable and re-watchable.
2017-03-31
one of the best movie i have seen
well well i really didn't get the story when the first time i saw this movie.. but something keep me itching to see this movie again and after quite a time i saw this movie once more. in the start it was not clear to me whats happening but as the story goes it can get all the attention of yours so as it takes mine. story, dialogues, acting all the things are there to make a classic. and the end it will blow your mind. in my opinion one of the best movies ever made. but one thing allays challenge my mind that who is the real Keyser Söze is it the verbal because he never really portray that smarted enough to be Keyser Söze. one more thing that i like the character keaton very much and even get sad at the time of his death in the movie. well as i said earlier it is a type of movie which will make to watch to it.
2017-01-21
Flawed, but fascinating
***POSSIBLE SPOILERS****

First of all, I have to confess that I had inadvertently found out the answer to "Who is Keyser Soze?" scant days before seeing the movie for the first time. Which makes it impossible to watch the film correctly, where you are made to believe that Gabriel Byrne is Keyser Soze. We see Keaton being killed at the start, and I believed it because I knew he wasn't Soze.

However the montage by which the detective realises the truth was extremely well done, and it was still worth watching the movie for that.

The film has three flaws: Keyser Soze is built up throughout the film as being "The Devil Himself", but nothing he does is any worse than anything the other characters do: when they hit Kobayashi, Baldwin casually kills the two bodyguards; they all machine-gun a number of Hungarians (who could be simple sailors for all they know). The Rat is cowering in his cabin, more frightened of Keyser Soze than anything else. Well, if he's frightened to die, a huge gun-battle is in progress and its odds-on he's going to die anyway. Then Soze actually turns up and, um, shoots him. Big deal. The story of Soze killing his own family is just that - a story (whatever the ending).

The second flaw is when they do things for filmic effect rather than good sense. This is particularly notable in the scene where they hit Kobayashi. They are careful to take Kobayashi to an empty office so they can talk to him before killing him (a courtesy not extended to the two bodyguards). He is thus given the opportunity to talk his way out of it. Then the cons follow him up to the office on the top floor. Then they presumably make their way home. In all this time, there is a bloodstained lift with two dead bodies in it!

The final flaw is that the whole "end sequence" of attacking the boat is one of those long sequences of men running around in the dark and shooting people. It's very common in action films (particularly of the heist type) and I think it should cease. The audience don't know where they are, who's shooting at what, what the battle plan is. When the whole point is who was where and when, I think the action needs to be made a lot clearer.
2001-10-22
Overrated
I finally saw The Usual Suspects, one of the staple movies of the current generation, and I have to say I was disappointed. It's a good thriller, a cut above average, but several major flaws prevent it from being a classic. Warning: minor spoilers

The trick ending, which has been widely praised, is in fact too much a gimmick for its own good. I won't give it away, but I will say that the fun thing about twists is that, on repeat viewings, the trick seems obvious. How could you not have realized it? (6th sense and Dead Again are perfect examples.) In the case of Suspects, however, there is absolutely no way you could see it coming. The script was so perfectly engineered to deceive you, it's no fun the second time around.

More problems: too many characters. I'm not talking about the criminals--they're all great, but the cops. There are three officers of the law in the movie--two of which do nothing. Scenes with them are a waste of time.

I will give it this: Spacey is great, and certain scenes are very intruiging. But when you find out that none of those scenes mattered, the movie is no fun.
2000-11-14
Beautiful Bait
From the witty title to the execution of the plot, I am amazed and truly bewildered by this story's beautiful bait. After watching this, you will realize the value of thinking out-of-the box.

I love each character, they all gave justice to their roles as 'felons'; Each surprised me with their wits and their weaknesses, too.

If you want a beautiful bait, a forward-thinking suspense and thriller, count this movie in. The plot is brilliant so as the script, I had to re-watch it and see where did I miss. It is fast, it is witty and it will need a nanosecond speed-of-light mind to solve this puzzle. You will never get bored with this one I swear.
2011-11-30
Great movie, here is a critique of the criticisms
I really cannot believe that this movie has its fair share of bad reviews and people who do not know what actually happened and what parts were true and what parts were lies.

The truth, Verbal did recruit the others for the hit on the boat, he did manipulate, trap, and deceive them into thinking they were going to hit a big drug deal. What he lied about was the names of people and motives. During his interrogation he tried to tell as little as possible and make himself out to be just a pawn in the game. But Dave Kuyan was figuring things out, and as such Verbal would have to reveal more or feign ignorance. Eg, Verbal said it was about drugs, Kuyan figured out it was to hit an informant. So all the actions from the lineup to the boat were real, and the fact that the lawyer picks Verbal/Souze up at the end shows this.

As for the twist, its a good twist, and not one that just comes out of the Blue. There are many hints throughout the movie that Verbal is more than he seems, but these are only apparent second time round. Hints include, The way Verbal shot the guy in the car despite supposedly being disabled and not being able to flick a lighter properly. The absolute first scene that shows Keaton about to die, that shows that Keaton knew who was about to kill him, the sigh and the way he says Kaizer implies he realised he got played, should of know better, and now he knows who that person really is. Other hints, Verbal emotion when he told the story he believed about Kaizer. and also when they were watching the boat he knew specifically that they were speaking Hungarian.

So all in all this is a good film, the genius being that everything makes sense and there are hints throughout about Verbal.
2009-03-25
"The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist."
A sole survivor tells of the twisty events leading up to a horrific gun battle on a boat, which begin when five criminals meet at a seemingly random police lineup. Following a truck hijack in New York, five conmen are arrested and brought together for questioning. As none of them is guilty, they plan a revenge operation against the police. The operation goes well, but then the influence of a legendary mastermind criminal called Keyser Söze is felt. It becomes clear that each one of them has wronged Söze at some point and must pay back now. The payback job leaves 27 men dead in a boat explosion, but the real question arises now: Who actually is Keyser Söze? Roger Ebert wrote: "To the degree that you will want to see this movie, it will be because of the surprise, and so I will say no more, except to say that the "solution," when it comes, solves little - unless there is really little to solve, which is also a possibility." The Usual Suspects has the quintessential "twist" ending and will go down in film history as one of the most intelligent films ever made.
2014-12-21
" The Greatest Trick The Devil Ever Pulled"
Out of the mind of Christorpher McQurrie comes this incredible story of a man in search of the devil. The film is called " The Usual Suspects" and what could be more appropriate than an unusual movie about five suspects who are anything but usual. The story originates with the only survivor of what the police conclude was a murderous and explosive drug deal gone bad. His name is Roger Kint (Kevin Spacey is perfect) also known as 'Verbal.' From the mouth of this innocent storytelling, con-artist comes the fantastic tale of how he and his fellow criminals, Stephen Baldwin, is Michael McManus, Benicio Del Toro is Fred Fenster and Kevin Pollak as Todd Hockney were originally assembled and then set-up. Beginning with a mix-up by law enforcement to put several guilty men together in the same line up, the tale proceeds cross country and culminates with a powerful, but mysterious kingpin by the name of Keyser Soze. It's through his attorney, Kobayashi (Pete Postlethwaite), the men learn they are marked for death unless they undertake a dangerous assignment. The center piece of the Unusual group is their leader, a remarkable individual named Dean Keaton (Gabriel Byrne, incredible performance). What transpires in this movie from moment to moment is a lesson in sleigh of hand. What we and the police Dave Kujan, (Chazz Palminteri) are told is not what we see. Conversely, what we see is not what we have been told. In the end, this film with it's haunting theme by John Ottman, is nothing short of incredible. A superb classic in both mystery and action entertainment, by Bryan Singer. A great film indeed. ****
2007-07-12
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