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The Usual Suspects
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Directed By
Bryan Singer

Written By:
Christopher McQuarrie

Kevin Spacey, Gabriel Byrne, Chazz Palminteri, Kevin Pollak, Louis Lombardi, Stephen Baldwin, Benicio Del Toro, Giancarlo Esposito, Pete Postlethwaite, Dan Hedaya, Suzy Amis, Paul Bartel, Peter Greene

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The Usual Suspects (1995)
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Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie
March 10th, 2007

Killer Ending

Bryan Singer's great big caper movie that totally screws us up in the end with the twist to champion all twists.

It has been imitated and mocked many times, but finding out just who Kaiser Sose is, is an experience that can never be duplicated.

Kevin Spacey gives one of his best performances as Verbal Kint, the narrator of our story. He is all neurosis and paranoia, a slimy little underworld creature who only comes out in the daylight to rat on his friends.

Stephen Baldwin proves that there are other Baldwins by his very presence in such an A-list movie, oh and he's pretty good, c*cksure and dumb, but good. Kevin Pollack, well he plays Kevin Pollack.
Benicio del Toro gives one of the most unclear vocal performances in movie history (WHAT THE HELL IS HE SAYING???), but makes it classic and classy.
And good old Gabriel Byrne is there to be the slick, rich guy with an accent. He is very powerful and his very presence classes up the gang.

One of the best movies of the 90's, do not be mistaken.

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