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‘The Nice Guys’ Review

It took a long time for famed 80s/90s action screenwriter Shane Black to manage to make a follow-up to his brilliant 2005 directorial debut/comeback movie… 934 more words


The Nice Guys: Lebowski with Drunks

Shane Black’s brilliant noir-com The Nice Guys is as beautiful and pointless as the Coen brothers’ The Big Lebowski, with alcohol replacing marijuana as the detective’s drug of choice. 271 more words


'The Nice Guys' AKA 'Please Let Ryan Gosling Do More Comedy'

Remember The Notebook? Other than being the only decent adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks book, it was the movie that put Ryan Gosling’s name on the map in both Hollywood and every girl’s dreams. 521 more words


The Nice Guys (2016)

I can’t quite place where my slight dissatisfaction towards this movie stems from. For one thing it’s not by all means a bad movie. It’s actually considerably fun movie to watch, it’s delightfully boozy, Shane Black absolutely nails the 70s vibe perfectly and it has just the right amount of sexy in it without turning the entire movie completely slutty, if you get my drift. 750 more words

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Shane Black's Obsession with Christmas, Seen in 'Lethal Weapon, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, The Nice Guys,' and 'Iron Man 3'

“It tends to be a touchstone for me,” Shane Black admits in an Entertainment Weekly article. “Christmas represents a little stutter in the march of days, a hush in which we have a chance to assess and retrospect our lives. 184 more words


The Nice Guys is a hilarious, original comedy thriller - unless you've already seen Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

A lovable fuck up and a hard ass professional team up to solve a murder. Hard boiled dialogue and slapstick violence ensue. Sound familiar? That’s because Shane Black’s 70’s set comedy thriller… 510 more words


The Nice Guys (****) Don't say and stuff

The Nice Guys – 2016

Director Shane Black
Screenplay by Shane Black, Anthony Bagarozzi
Starring  Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Angourie Rice, Matt Bomer, Margaret Qualley, Keith David, Kim Basinger, Beau Knapp… 844 more words

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