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The Best Mystery Movies And Where To Watch Them

From Knives Out to Clue, these are the best mystery movies you can watch right now!

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That Time Russell Crowe Was Convinced He Was Getting Replaced On L.A. Confidential
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Russell Crowe's Best Movies, Ranked

I still can't believe Russell Crowe only has one Oscar to his name.

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Once Upon A Time In Hollywood And 16 Other Great Movies About Los Angeles

Sitting in all that L.A. traffic sparked some incredible contributions to cinema.

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12 Film Detectives You Need To Call When There's A Murder

In need of a detective to solve a murder most foul? Check out this list of respectable sleuths who'll take your case without a moment's hesitation.

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An L.A. Confidential TV Show Is Apparently In The Works

A brand new TV show is in the works that will bring the characters of L.A. Confidential to the small screen, and it already sounds pretty intriguing.

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Curtis Hanson, Director Of L.A. Confidenial, 8 Mile, Has Died At 71

Curtis Hanson, the director of such hits as L.A. Confidential and 8 Mile, has died today at the age of 71. Read on, as we honor his diverse and successful life as one of Hollywood's brightest talents.

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The 25 Films The National Film Registry Has Chosen To Preserve For 2015

Every year the National Film Registry strikes a blow for the preservation of culturally significant films, singling out 25 to be saved from the ravages of time, and now the 2015 list is out.

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David Fincher Wants To Do An L.A. Confidential-Style HBO Series

For years, the prospect of David Fincher taking the reins of a dark neo-noir has dangled in front of the eyes of the filmmaker’s fans, never to materialize. If we all dare raise our hopes to gargantuan levels once more, there’s a chance that Fincher will be teaming up with the iconic crime novelist James Ellroy to develop a gritty period drama, with HBO as their destination of choice.

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L.A. Confidential Sequel Being Shopped As TV Series

L.A. Confidential was a big enough hit when it opened in 1997 that you would have been right to fear a terrible sequel-- after all, a story about corrupt detectives and seedy 1940s Los Angeles would have lent itself pretty easily to a follow-up story about a new foe. But somehow fate smiled upon us, and a sequel to L.A. Confidential is coming 16 years later, and in the exact right format: on television

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The Best LA Detective Movie: LA Confidential

The world may have changed quite a bit in the six decades since men like Bud White, Ed Exley and Jack Vincennes roamed the California streets with badges, but a handful of things haven’t moved an inch. A simple, well-tailored suit is still the epitome of men’s fashion, and the exterior and interior images of Los Angeles have remained two different sides of the same coin.

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Six 90s Movies That Hollywood Must Not Remake

For years we have watched as studios have constantly churned out remakes of 80s movies like Fright Night, Clash of the Titans, Nightmare on Elm Street and The Karate Kid, but the release of Total Recall brings us into whole new territory: the 90s. The original adaptation, directed by Paul Verhoeven, came out in 1990, and the remake could very well be the excuse studios need to start mining the rest of the decade for properties to reboot.

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