Public Enemies and The Hurt Locker x 2



I watched each in the theater again and both hold up as near-masterpieces. Mann’s brilliantly understated use of music stands out on second glance and Bigelow’s consistent examination of the POV feels even more ingenious. Any further praise from me would be redundant, but I plan on analyzing them extensively when released on DVD. If you haven’t seen Public Enemies or The Hurt Locker yet, rush to the cinema ASAP because they are on the tail-end of their releases and demand the big-screen experience.

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