A crime film is a type of film focusing on the lives of criminals. The stylistic approach ranges from grittily realistic portrayals of real-life criminal figures (crime drama) to the far-fetched evil doings of imaginary arch-villains (master criminal films.) Criminal acts are almost always glorified in these movies.
Ray Winstone ignites the screen as Jack Regan in The Sweeney, a contemporary take on the hard-as-nails UK cop show (and later two spin-off films) known for their biting dialogue and groovy scores cribbed from the best … More~ Jeremy Wheeler
A compelling depiction of psychological decline, Alexandre Moors' Blue Caprice favors slow-burn drama over true-crime sensationalism as it explores how the symbiotic relationship between an angry father and an abandoned … More~ Jason Buchanan