Looking for:

War and Peace (1955): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0049934/
In Cold Blood (1967): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0061809/
Pickup on South Street (1953): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046187/
Stromboli (1950): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0041931/
The Children of Sanchez (1978): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077326/
Terra em transe (1967): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062352/
The Sugarland Express (1974): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0072226/
Alexis Zorbas (1964: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0057831/

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Elly said...

Truman Capote's IN COLD BLOOD_Xvid_AC3

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In Cold Blood (1967)
Directed by
Richard Brooks

Writing credits
Truman Capote (novel)
Richard Brooks (screenplay)

Genre: Crime / Drama

Plot Outline: After the brutal murder of a rural family, due to a botched robbery, two drifters elude police, in the end coming to terms with their own mortality and the repercussions of their vile atrocity.

User Comments: Gripping
User Rating: 8.2/10 (3,903 votes)

Cast overview, first billed only:

Robert Blake .... Perry Smith
Scott Wilson .... Richard Hickock

John Forsythe .... Alvin Dewey
Paul Stewart .... Jensen
Gerald S. O'Loughlin .... Harold Nye
Jeff Corey .... Mr. Hickock
John Gallaudet .... Roy Church
James Flavin .... Clarence Duntz
John Collins .... Judge Roland Tate
Charles McGraw .... Tex Smith
Will Geer .... Prosecutor
James Lantz .... Officer Rohleder
John McLiam .... Herbert Clutter
Brenda Currin .... Nancy Clutter
Ruth Storey .... Bonnie Clutter

Although it was released way back in 1967, IN COLD BLOOD still remains the benchmark by which all true-crime films are matched. Veteran writer/director Richard Brooks (ELMER GANTRY) adapted Truman Capote's non-fiction book into a chilling docudrama that retains a disturbing power even today, thirty-five years later.

Robert Blake and Scott Wilson portray Perry Smith and Dick Hickock, two ex-cons who, on a tip from Hicock's old cellmate Floyd Wells, broke into the Holcomb, Kansas home of Herbert Clutter, looking for a wall safe supposedly containing $10,000. But no safe was ever found, and the two men instead wound up killing Mr. Clutter, his wife, and their two children, getting away with only a radio, a pair of binoculars, and a lousy forty dollars. Two months on the run, including an aimless "vacation" in northern Mexico, ended in Las Vegas when cops caught them in a stolen car. But it eventually comes out, after merciless grilling by Kansas law enforcement officials, that these two men committed that heinous crime in Holcomb. Tried and convicted on four counts of murder, they stew in jail over a five-year period of appeals and denials until both are hanged to death on April 14, 1965.

Blake and Smith are absolutely chilling as the two dispassionate killers who show no remorse for what they've done but are concerned about getting caught. John Forsythe also does a good turn as Alvin Dewey, the chief detective investigating the crime, as does Gerald S. O'Laughlin as his assistant. In a tactic that is both faithful to Capote's book and a good artistic gambit all around, Brooks does not show the murders at the beginning; instead, he shows the two killers pulling up to the Clutter house as the last light goes out, then cuts to the next morning and the horrifying discovery of the bodies. Only during the ride back to Kansas, when Blake is questioned by Forsythe and narrates the story, do we see the true horror of what happened that night. We don't see that much blood being spilled in these scenes, but we don't need to. The shotgun blasts and the horrified look on the Clutters' faces as they know they are about to die are more than disturbing enough, so there is no need to resort to explicitly bloody slasher-film violence.

Brooks wisely filmed IN COLD BLOOD in stark black-and-white, and the results are excellent thanks to Conrad Hall's expertise. The chilling jazz score by Quincy Jones is the capper. The end result is one of the most unsettling films of any kind ever made, devastating in its own low-key fashion. It is a 134-minute study of a crime that shook an entire state and indeed an entire nation, and should be seen, though viewer discretion is advised; the 'R' rating is there for a reason.

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racemarbles said...

found a few of them movies but all are streaming.
In Cold Blood
Pickup on South Street
The Sugarland Express
Alexis Zorbas

check out a site called letmewatchthis.com for the links.