Every year, many crime films are released that sometimes carry only the name of this genre; However, choosing a perfect film for a full-fledged criminal genre audience is not an easy task, and sometimes it can be very time consuming and tedious. There are many good films among the favorites of critics and box office kings that do not shine as they should and may not, and are soon forgotten. Sometimes the critics' praise of a crime film can not persuade the audience to watch it, and sometimes the works that are well received by the audience are accompanied by the cruelty of the critics.
Among the many works of this genre of cult and crime films. There are deserts that you may not have seen and may have planned to watch, but always preferred other works. The main purpose of this list is to acquaint the audience with the unknown diamonds of the crime genre, which were only noticed for a short time and gradually disappeared from the memories.
* Warning: In the continuation of this article, a part of the story of the movies will be revealed.
12. Killing an Irish man
- Release year: 2011
- Director: Jonathan Hansley
- Cast: Ray Stevenson, Christopher Walken, Val Kilmer, Vincent Dan Afrio, Linda Kardeliani
- IMDb Movie: 7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 62 out of 100
Killing the Irish Man Jonathan Gangster Movie Hansley may not be in the same category as Francis Ford Coppola's "The Godfather," Martin Scorsese's "Goodfellas," and Brian Di Palma's "Scarface," but it certainly deserves more attention; Because despite its horrible performance at the box office and various critics' opinions, it still has many lovable features. The first and most important feature is Ray Stevenson's bitter and memorable performance as Danny Green, who shines alongside legends such as Christopher Walken, Wall Kilmer and Vincent Dan Afrio.
Killing an Irishman from To Kill an Irish Man: "To Kill the Irishman: The War that Crippled the Mafia" is an adaptation of Rick Purlow's story about the life of Danny Green, one of the most infamous Irish-American gangsters. The film depicts his rise and fall in the 1970s after his release from prison and the declaration of a full-scale war against the Cleveland Mafia to take control of the city, which ultimately leads to the destruction of the Green gang.
Killing an Irishman may seem simpler than what the criminal audience is used to, but rest assured it will entertain you in 106 minutes.
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11- Sea of Salton ( D.J. Caruso )
- Release year: 2002
- Director: December Jay Caruso
- Actors: Wal Kilmer, Vincent Dan Afrio, Adam Goldberg, Louis Guzman, Peter Sarsgaard
- Score IMDb Movies: 7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 63 out of 100
DJ Caruso Salton Sea is one of the most cited works of art It is not Wall Kilmer and bears no resemblance to such successful films as Top Gun, Tombstone, and Heat, but this particular film has a neo-noir atmosphere and ironic Quentin's ironic dialogues. Revives Tarantino and Guy Ritchie. The Sea of Salton can not beat the classics of this genre, but it has a unique and irrefutable style.
DJ Caruso knows exactly how to portray small criminals and make them more attractive than on paper. Of course, the selection of talented casts such as Wall Kilmer, Vincent Dan Afrio, Adam Goldberg, Louis Guzman, Peter Sarsgaard is not without its effects.
Danny Parker (Wal Kilmer) is a former trumpet player who is He now works as an FBI informant and is a whimsical accountant. Parker has lived a double life for a long time and is so immersed in the world of drug users that he feels he has lost his true identity. In his new mission, he tries to contact a notorious and psychic drug dealer, but in reality, his secret goal is to avenge the drug gang that made bitter events in the past and completely changed his life.
10- Chained ( Chained )
- Release Year: 2012
- Director: Jennifer Lynch
- Cast: Vincent Dan Afrio, Jennifer Lynch, Ivan Bird, Eamonn Farren
- Score IMDb Movie: 6.4 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 68 out of 100
Popularity of the serial killer genre in two It has increased increasingly in the last decade; So in order to be seen, filmmakers have to bring original ideas to cinemas. Jennifer Lynch, the daughter of the great David Lynch, is chained, combining psychological horror and serial crimes, creating a bizarre and dazzling result that has not been seen as it should be. The film is about the serial killer named Bob (played by Vincent Dan Afrio in a scary and dazzling game) who kidnaps women under the guise of a taxi driver, rapes them in his house and then kills them in the most brutal way possible.crime genre. Finally, regardless of the sudden and disappointing ending, Chained is a horror, thriller and suspense that keeps fans of the genre happy.
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9- ( New Jack City )
- Release year: 1991
- Director: > Mario Van Peebles
- Actors: Wesley Snipes, ICT, Judd Nelson, Alan Payne, Chris Rock, Bill Nun
- Score </<strong> IMDb Movies: 6.6 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 77 out of 100
It is no exaggeration to claim that Nino Brown, the main villain of New Jack City Mario Fan Peebles, is one of Wesley Snape's best creators. The film depicts the process of Nino and her men becoming the scariest and most lucrative drug dealers of the 1980s. Nino is largely mischievous and corrupt, and Peebles never conceals his lifestyle, yet thanks to the dazzling presence of Wesley Snipes, he goes beyond a clichd drug dealer to a complex, layered character. New Jack City sold more than $ 7 million in its first week of release, and according to the Mojo box office, it sold more than $ 47 million. The film received relatively good critical acclaim at the time, but faded from memory over time. In any case, New Jack City may not be a cinematic masterpiece, but its place and influence on the crime genre can not be ignored.
8- Kimi ( Kimi )
- Release year: > 2022
- Director: Steven Soderbergh
- Actors: Zoe Kravitz, Erica Christensen, Rita Wilson, Devin Ruther >
- IMDb Movie Score: 6.3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 91 out of 100
Kimi is one of the newest works on our list, which, despite its great value, was ignored by the audience. Steven Soderbergh is not planning to retire at the moment and is making films without interruption. The results of his prolific work are almost always convincing; It does not matter if he is directing a large studio project or appearing in a solo work, the result is remarkable. His latest film is Kimi, a low-cost 90-minute trailer that was released earlier this year on HBO Max. The epidemic and the living and working conditions during the Corona are an element that stands out in the background of the film. The basic premise of the story is largely unfamiliar, yet Steven Soderbergh knows how to turn David Coop's screenplay into one of the most exciting and clean films of the year.
Angela (Zoe Kravitz) is an agoraphobic IT expert Who is afraid of being in open environments. He works for a large company called Amygdala, which controls the flow of data from his Seattle home and fixes problems with a product called Kimi. Until one day received a phone call He hears in the background the sound of some kind of rape; So he decides to find out with the help of a hacker and report it to his supervisor, but in disbelief the company goes to cover up the crime and force Angela to clear the voices.
Kimi with It was well received by critics, and Raton Tomitoz 91 out of 100 is proof of that. And you will be thrilled.
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7. The Echo Movement ( Stir of Echoes )
- Release Year: 99
- Director: David Cope
- Cast: Kevin Bacon, Catherine Arbeh, Zakaria David Bell, Iliana Douglas, Jennifer Morrison
- IMDb Score: 6.9 out of 10 li>
Although David Cope uses supernatural elements in his echoes to tell his mysterious story, there is a silent and brutal crime at its center. Which is slowly revealed. Tom Whitsky's character is one of Kevin Bacon's best portraits of the past two decades but has not been seen.
Tom's pregnant wife and son live in a working-class neighborhood in Chicago. At a party, Tom challenges his wife's sister and tries to hypnotize her to prove that supernatural belief is futile. Surprisingly, he is completely hypnotized in the first attempt, and from that night on, he sees a 17-year-old girl in a dream and wakes up, who later realizes that her name is Samantha, and that she mysteriously disappeared in the neighborhood six months ago. Tom accidentally finds out through the babysitter that his son Jake can communicate with Samantha; So he decides to pursue the mystery of the girl's disappearance. The results of his search lead to shocking discoveries, and his relatives are exposed to the crime. Of course, the echoes movement also has its flaws, but its release after "The Blair Witch Project" and "The Sixth Sense" made these flaws more visible to the audience, and finally with a budget of $ 12 million, only $ 21 million. The dollar was selling at the box office. In any case, do not miss watching this crime and transcendental film as a unique experience.
6- Police Land ( Cop Land )
- Year of publication: 1997
- Director: James Mangold
- Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, Ray Liotta, Peter Berg, Jenin Graflow
- IMDb Score Movie: 7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score: <75 out of 100
In 1997, Sylvester Stallone took on the title role of James Mangold, Urban Land of the Police, to prove that he is more than just an action movie hero. Stallone tried to regain his fame with Police Land after making a few mediocre action movies. He played the role of a quiet cop who suffers from overweight and physical problems, and performed a performance that over the years is one of the strengths of his acting career.
Police Land follows the story of a group of New York police officers Who live in a small town near New Jersey. Most of them are corrupt cops who abuse the rules of the "auxiliary transit police" and are guarded by the sheriff of the individual town of Heflin (Sylvester Stallone). Until the head of New York Police Department investigator Moe Tilden is found and finds out about their crimes and decides to file a lawsuit against them, Heflin now has to work with Tilden and stand up to her men to link them to the mob and all the crimes involved. Mangold's film has become a classic cult over time, perhaps Stallone's most Underestimated role, alongside actors such as Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel and Ray Liotta.
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5- Backdraft strong>)
- Year of publication: 1991
- Director: Rane Howard
- Cast: Kurt Russell, William Baldwin, Scott Glenn, Jennifer Jason Lee, Rebecca de Morney , Robert De Niro
- IMDb rating: 6.8 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis score : 75 out of 100
Open The burning of Howard's firefighting drama has a number of stories, each of which can form the basis of an independent film. One of these stories is about Donald Remigil (Robert De Niro), a former firefighter and firefighter who is tasked with investigating a series of explosive fires, all of which are more or less carried out by the arsonist Ronald Butler. Meanwhile, a young boy named Brian (William Baldwin) joins Remigel after a fight with his brother Stephen (Kurt Russell). They begin to investigate the cause of several suspected fires and soon discover the traces of Mayor Marty Swizzak. However, at the same time, his outstanding acting and good screenplay escaped the eyes of critics. Undoubtedly, there are flaws in Howard's film, but the re-ignition is not worthy of this amount of ignorance. Remember that the film was well received by critics after its release and sold well at the box office.
4- Motherless Brooklyn )
- Release Year: 2019
- Director: Periods Norton
- Cast: Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, Gogo Ambeta, Bobby Cannavale, Chery Jones
- Score IMDb Movie: 6.8 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 64 out of 100
Edward Norton's second film as a director was not a simple project. Brooklyn has been under construction without a mother for nearly two decades, and Norton has put a lot of effort into research. The film is based on the book of the same name by Jonathan Lezm, Norton's friend, which was released in 1999. Although the main story takes place in modern times, Norton persuaded the need to take it back to the 1950s; Because he thought it would create a more effective atmosphere for the story. "There seemed to be something more in the book that could be narrated in the 1950s," he told NPR. "Jonathan really liked the idea because he loves noir films and he has a deep mindset for them." His coach, Frank Mina (Bruce Willis), is suspiciously killed. After his murder, Lionel decides to investigate the reasons for the death of his beloved friend. Norton's neo-innovative film failed miserably at the box office despite all efforts, selling for just $ 18 million with a budget of $ 26 million. The homeless Brooklyn also failed to attract critical acclaim. Nevertheless, the film is a full-blown and, of course, overlooked diamond classic crime film, starring Willem Dafoe, Alec Baldwin, Gogo Ambata, and Bobby Cannavale.
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3- Get fair ( Catch the Fair One )
- Release year: 2021
- Director: Joseph Kubota Vladika
- Cast: Kali Reese, Lisa Emery, Tiffany Chow, Daniel Henshal, Kimberly Norris Guerrero
- IMDb rating: 6.4 out of 10
- Raton Tomitose rating: 92 out of 100
Get the crime drama is a fair collaboration between writer and director Joseph Kubota Vladika and American boxer and world champion Kali Reese. Vladika directs episodes of "Animal Kingdom," "Narcos," and "Fear the Walking Dead" in the first national film on national research on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. (MMWIG) Focused. Kali Reese is also a great defender of this movement and of course the rights of Native Americans, and that is why the main idea of the film was taken from her.
The boxer is proud until his little sister suddenly disappears and Kelly begins an extensive investigation into the affair. He joins a sex trafficking gang to find out what happened to his sister and whether she is dead or alive. She is determined to fight to the last breath in this cold and cruel world and to destroy anyone who has somehow played a role in the disappearance of her sister. Does not want to talk about it; Despite knowing that it exists, it destroys many lives every day. The film was critically acclaimed by Reese, but was not well received by audiences. We suggest you include fair earnings in your plan because in addition to its high suspense and excitement, it points to one of the most important social problems of the last few decades.
2- Kill them gently ( Killing Them Softly )
- Release Year: 2012
- Director: Andrew Dominic
- Actors: Brad Pitt, Richard Jenkins, James Jr. Gandolfini, Ray Lolita, Sam Shepard
- IMDb Score: 6. 2 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 74 out of 100
Andrew Dominic 2000 with his first film "Chopper" starring Eric Bana portrays himself as a talented director as Mark Reed, a notorious Australian writer and writer. He made a dream come true with his ambitious Western, "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford," which had a more significant impact on Hollywood. Despite all these successes, Gently Kill Them as his third film could not be seen as it should be and perhaps. Of course, most critics were positive about the neo-noir film, but audiences thought otherwise, and the film failed at the box office. He won, but that does not mean he does not deserve a chance again, and that is why he is on our list. In fact, the good acting of Brad Pitt, Richard Jenkins, and James Jr. Gandolfini is undoubtedly more noteworthy. Higgins is about two contract assassins, Jackie (Brad Pitt) and Mickey (James Gandolfini), who are tasked with killing three petty criminals who robbed a Mafia member's casino. Jackie soon realizes that Mickey has lost his ability as a murderer after his release from prison, has become addicted to alcohol and prostitution, and has essentially violated the conditions of parole; So he decides to do it his own way and get all the money offered to him by a Mafia member.
1- Cold in July ( Cold in July )
- Release year: 2014 2014
- Director: > Jim Michael
- Cast: Dan Johnson, Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard, Vinca Sha
- Score IMDb Movie: 6.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 84 out of 100
Jim Michael's thrilling crime film is based on the book of the same name by Joe R. Lansdale and is literally a hidden gem of the crime genre. Of course, the critics praised the film, but the audience was different, and the film suffered a severe defeat at the box office and was almost forgotten, but this list is exactly the place for such options. The July Cold Screenplay is a multi-layered and complex story with elements of different genres used to create a spectacular and exciting effect.
The story of the theft from the house of Richard Dean (Michael C. Hall) and His family begins; Richard catches the attacker and accidentally shoots him. When the police find out about the incident, it turns out that the victim is a former criminal named Freddie Russell (White Russell). Since Richard has a guilty conscience for this unintentional murder, he decides to attend Freddy's funeral, but Freddie's father, Ben (Sam Shepard), threatens Richard and, despite police surveillance, breaks into his house. Ben is arrested, and when Richard goes to the police station to identify him, he sees a photo of someone and realizes that he is not the one who was killed. Police ignore Richard's claim, saying his memory may have been compromised by the shock and suffering of the accident, but he did not give up and sought the identity of the victim. Richard gradually realizes the complex conspiracy around the case and convinces Ben not to kill his son so that they can find out the truth together.
Our list of proposals ended with the cold of July. Which abandoned and less-seen crime movie would you like to add?