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They don’t make movies like “Nightcrawler” much these days. A feature about evil in multiple forms, the picture is more interested in sinister moves, not overtly violent ones. It gets under the skin with its depiction of a sociopath, yet never loses its sense of humor and appreciation for its home city of Los Angeles. Think early Michael Mann crossed with a heavily sedated Oliver Stone endeavor, and that’s the hazy moral area “Nightcrawler” resides in. Credit writer/director Dan Gilroy for taking a shot with an unpleasant lead character and his business of pure ugliness, pulling off an amazing filmmaking achievement with this devious but hypnotic effort. Read the rest at


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