True Blue (2001 film), and check out True Blue (2001 film) on Wikipedia, Youtube, Google News, Google Books, and Twitter on Digplanet. New York Police Officer Rembrandt "Remy" Macy (Berenger) investigates a murder which began by the discovery of a disembodied hand.
Devil in a Blue Dress (film), and check out Devil in a Blue Dress (film) on Wikipedia, Youtube, Google News, Google Books, and Twitter on Digplanet.
Devil in a Blue Dress is a 1995 American neo-noir mystery film directed by Carl Franklin and photographed by Tak Fujimoto. In 1948 Los Angeles, Ezekiel "Easy" Rawlins is a World War II veteran who has been unfairly laid off from an aircraft manufacturer, Champion Aircraft. The film begins in noir fashion when Easy Rawlins (Denzel Washington) says, "A man once told me that when you step out of your door in the morning, you're already in trouble. In the summer of 1948, Easy Rawlins is recently laid off from his job at Champion Aircraft, and needs money urgently to pay his mortgage.
While waiting to enter, he sees a commotion between a bizarre white man, Richard McGee, and the club's bouncer, Junior Fornay.
The next morning, Easy returns home to find Albright and his goons waiting for him; his connection to the murder of Coretta is now used to force him to resume his search for the girl. Now involved in two murders, Easy vents his rage at Joppy for getting him into such a mess. Junior Fornay, the bouncer at the 89th and Central club, reveals that after Junior's altercation with McGee, he drove him home to the Hills to pick up money. Daphne says McGee sold the pictures to her, and Easy infers Albright killed McGee while looking for the pictures, then Junior gave them to Coretta, who hid them in her Bible. In the Hollywood Hills, they set up an ambush, shooting Albright and his goons while rescuing Daphne.
Easy finds out the money Daphne paid him and Mouse for the photographs came from a large sum originally given to her by Carter's family as a bribe to get out of town. Easy gives Carter the photographs that prove that Matthew Terell is a pedophile in exchange for the $800 he is owed.
The film closes with Easy and Odell relaxing on his porch, enjoying life, contemplating events and wondering what their future would hold.
Carl Franklin wrote and directed the neo-noir because he liked Walter Mosley's novel (Mosley served as an associate producer on the film).
The first week's gross was $5,422,385 (1,432 screens) and the total receipts for the run were $16,004,418.
A DVD version was released on 9 March 1999 and includes an audio commentary by director Carl Franklin. In a positive film review, critic James Berardinelli discusses the film from a sociological viewpoint, especially a 1990s one. The Chicago Sun-Times film critic, Roger Ebert, did not like the story much but did like the look and tone of the film, and wrote, "I liked the movie without quite being caught up in it: I liked the period, tone and look more than the story, which I never really cared much about.

Kenneth Turan, film critic for the Los Angeles Times and NPR, liked the film, and wrote, "Hard-boiled fiction is a been-around genre about done-that individuals, so the pleasant air of newness and excitement that Devil in a Blue Dress gives off isn't due to its familiar find-the-girl plot. Blue Skies (film), and check out Blue Skies (film) on Wikipedia, Youtube, Google News, Google Books, and Twitter on Digplanet. This is a redirect from an incomplete disambiguation, a page name that has been disambiguated and is still too ambiguous to be the title of an article or other project page. Violets Are Blue (film), and check out Violets Are Blue (film) on Wikipedia, Youtube, Google News, Google Books, and Twitter on Digplanet.
After fifteen years of traveling around the world, a famous photographer named Gussie (Spacek) returns to the Maryland coastal resort where she grew up. After the victim is identified, the victim's ex-flatmate Nikki (Heuring) becomes scared that she may be in danger and stays at Macy's place until they can get to the bottom of the situation. It starts off OK enough I guess, but the ending is thoroughly ridiculous as the movie piles on twist after twist in its last reel. Easy recounts how he moved to Los Angeles from Houston after serving in WW-II when his friend Joppy (Mel Winkler), also from Houston, who runs a bar, introduces him to a white man named DeWitt Albright (Tom Sizemore). While waiting, Easy is accosted by several local white youths after a casual conversation with one of their girlfriends. They take him into custody, where he learns that Coretta was savagely murdered after his night with her. Easy enlists the help of his sadistic and trigger-happy friend, Mouse Alexander (Don Cheadle), also from Houston. He is cornered when Easy reveals the clue, a pack of Mexican Zapata cigarettes smoked only by Junior. Easy learns that Daphne hid from Carter because of her association with Frank Green, her half-brother.
Daphne reveals that Coretta was killed accidentally by Joppy although Daphne had only asked him to scare her into silence. When he regains consciousness, Easy calls Mouse and they race to Joppy's to get a fix on Albright's location.
She had only stayed because she believed they would change their minds and allow Carter to marry her if he won. The pier shot where Easy Rawlins gets in trouble with local youths was filmed at the Malibu, California pier.
He concludes, "The most interesting element of Devil in a Blue Dress is not the whodunit, but the 'whydunit.' Finding the guilty parties isn't as involving as learning their motivation, which is buried in society's perception of racial interaction. Such titles should redirect to an appropriate disambiguation page (or section of it), or to a more complete disambiguation.
She meets her high school sweetheart Henry (Kline), now married and running the local newspaper he has inherited from his father. After accidentally seeing her near-naked, he finds himself starting to become attracted to her and she is able to seduce him.

Albright is looking for someone to help him find a missing white woman, Daphne Monet (Jennifer Beals), assumed to be hiding somewhere in the Black community; he also learns she is the girlfriend of wealthy Todd Carter (Terry Kinney), who was the favorite in the Los Angeles mayoral race before dropping out. Easy, trying to calm the situation, is nearly overtaken when Albright appears from the darkness. She needs to go into the Hollywood Hills and meet a person with information vital to her and Todd Carter.
Easy's goal is to uncover why Daphne is so important to so many people and, in the process, keep himself out of jail.
Daphne's Creole mother from New Orleans had given birth to two children by different fathers, and although Daphne's own father was white, her half-brother's father was black. Although Carter is now certain to become mayor, he refuses her pleas, despite saying that he loves her.
Easy drops off Daphne at her brother's apartment and notes that she subsequently left town with her brother. Other locales in Los Angeles include the Griffith Park Observatory and the famed Ambassador Hotel on Wilshire Boulevard. It was directed by Spacek's husband Jack Fisk, who had previously worked with her on the 1981 film Raggedy Man. As he investigates clue after clue, he finds out that a large conspiracy is in play involving some of the most powerful leaders in New York City, Chinese Triads and possibly Nikki herself.
Albright, who says Carter dropped out because he couldn't find Daphne, offers Rawlins $100 to take the job. After spending the night with her, he discovers Daphne was involved with a South Central gangster named Frank Green. While walking home, he is followed by Mathew Terell, the other candidate in the mayoral race. To add insult to injury, the conclusion is far more ludicrous than anything that's come before it, with Berenger double-crossed by virtually every character that was supposedly on his side. Easy, uncomfortable with the situation, gives his information to Albright, who retains him with another payment and demands he continue his search. Easy only calms Mouse down by telling him they could be rewarded $7,000 that Daphne will pay for photographs that Easy has obtained.
Naturally, pictures of Terell with children would cause him to drop out, bringing Carter victory. Easy and Mouse meet up with Dupree, get him intoxicated and find out that Coretta had been in possession of a package that was vital to the mayoral racea€“-pictures of Terell with "innocent, helpless, naked children." Easy finds the pictures hidden in Coretta's Bible.

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