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    Manhattan Night

    The movie tells the story of Porter Wren, a scuttling tabloid columnist ensnared in an elaborate story of deception, blackmail, murder and sexual duplicity. But his job, his marriage, and his life are all threatened when he accepts to dig in a very nasty case of sexual obsession and blackmail.
    Genre: Crime Drama Mystery
    Country: United States
    Duration: 113 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2016
    IMDb: 6.2
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  • Actors of "Manhattan Night"

  • Directors of "Manhattan Night"

    Brian DeCubellis. Director of Manhattan Night
    Brian DeCubellis
  • Creators of "Manhattan Night"

    Brian DeCubellis. Director of Manhattan Night
    Brian DeCubellis
    Colin Harrison. Director of Manhattan Night
    Colin Harrison
  • Critic Reviews of "Manhattan Night"

    Kate Erbland indieWire
    January 02, 2017

    Despite being rife with crime, sex and darkness, Manhattan Night feels increasingly like a cheap ripoff of the genre it so very much wants to fit into.

    Brad Wheeler Globe and Mail
    August 26, 2016

    Director DeCubellis is frightfully beholden to the tropes of the genre, and the premise (involving blackmail, strange dares and an inexplicable horse story) is just not credible.

    Bruce Diones New Yorker
    May 30, 2016

    The thrilling twists and turns of Harrison's plot are here, but DeCubellis's hazy pacing drains the film of the book's zest. Though great material mishandled is frustrating to view, there are nonetheless some bright spots.

    Glenn Kenny
    May 20, 2016

    It's pretty frustrating to watch a close-but-no-cigar movie like this.

    Noel Murray Los Angeles Times
    May 19, 2016

    It's not a great movie but a welcome one, if only for how it attempts to revive a whole genre.

    Stephen Holden New York Times
    May 19, 2016

    What sounds so delicious in the telling is pallid and ludicrous onscreen.

    Luis Fernando GalvƔn En Filme
    March 14, 2017

    A mystery film that involves videotapes, blackmail, seduction games and assassinations. In his ambition to create a noir film, director Brian DeCubellis fails in his attempt and only offers an incoherent story. [Full review in Spanish]

    Javier Perez Cine Premiere
    March 13, 2017

    DeCubellis never manages to captivate the viewer and doesn't have the necessary dramatic tensions. [Full review in Spanish]

    Chris Knight National Post
    August 26, 2016

    Manhattan Night isn't a great example of the genre, but it's the best you'll get this side of 1959.

    Norman Wilner NOW Toronto
    August 24, 2016

    The best noir films are as dry as their heroes; the self-consciousness of Manhattan Night makes it awfully hard to appreciate the things it does well.

    Christine N. Ziemba Paste Magazine
    May 23, 2016

    It's bogged down by hackneyed characters that do no justice to the film noir titles it tries to emulate.

    Todd Jorgenson
    May 20, 2016

    ... generates some mild suspense, but ultimately it's too convoluted and far-fetched to allow for any investment in the payoff.

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