R | | Action, Crime, Drama
A pair of NYC cops in the Narcotics Bureau stumble onto a drug smuggling job with a French connection.
The most famous shot of the chase is made from a front bumper mount and shows a low-angle point of view shot of the streets racing by. Director of photography Owen Roizman, wrote in American Cinematographer magazine in 1972 that the camera was undercranked to ... ...
Jimmy 'Popeye' Doyle:
Merry Christmas. What's your name, little boy?
Little Boy: Eric.
Jimmy 'Popeye' Doyle: Uh-huh, Eric. What do you want for Christmas Eric? Hmmm?
When Cloudy and Popeye are chasing a suspect in the beginning of the film, it is possible to distinguish the camera's reflection and shadow over several cars; following after the suspect.
The 20th-Century Fox logo fades in in black and white and then dissolves to color.
13 minutes ago
‘The Devil And Father Amorth’ Continues William Friedkin’s Obsession With Evil [Review]
1 day ago
“Success Is More Disorienting Than Failure”: Guillermo del Toro & William Friedkin Talk Their Oscar Experiences & More
2 days ago
The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News
'The Devil & Father Amorth': Film Review
Dive deep into everything about film festivals, family entertainment, IMDb Picks, and more.