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  1. etilen's rating of the film Detour

    Money. You know what that is, the stuff you never have enough of. Little green things with George Washington's picture that men slave for, commit crimes for, die for. It's the stuff that has caused more trouble in the world than anything else we ever invented, simply because there's too little of it.

  2. xrystyna's rating of the film Detour

  3. AndreyRublev11's rating of the film Detour

    Psychology of the crime... Roberts reminded me the protagonist of the crime and punishment, Raskolnikov. I think the stories are similar somehow. Is Roberts a killer, or Raskolnikov?

  4. Bonnet Michel's rating of the film Detour

  5. amandav's rating of the film Detour

    very grimy, very noir. ann savage is vicious and such a powerhouse

  6. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Detour

    Few low-budget public domain movies can better this excellent film noir about a normal guy who hitchhike on the wrong ride and then gets involved with a dead man and a hateful woman who blackmails him into sharing a hotel room with her. It is excellent stuff based upon a novel and while the acting mostly could have been better Ann Savage steals every scene when she turns up midway through.

  7. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Detour

    I think this should be on a must-see list. Ann Savage plays the meanest snake I've ever seen, but with a vulnerability that makes it real. Tom Neal plays the sad sack so well. It turned out that his real life was more dramatic than most films. He went to jail for 6 years for killing his wife. He may not have been the nicest guy in real life.

  8. Zach Closs's rating of the film Detour

    Real talk: The men of film-noir are almost always caricatures, even when they're entertaining. That's why I love Tom Neal's Al Roberts, whose nervous energy and earnestness more than sell the wrong-place-wrong-time narrative. At 67 minutes, "Detour" is taut, tense stuff; it's also public domain, so check it out.

  9. Matt Reddick's rating of the film Detour

    A refreshing rewatch after maybe 20 years - that stubble is intense!

  10. Nicholas Gregory's rating of the film Detour

    At a mere 68 minutes, Detour is certainly an economical film-noir, but isn't necessarily gripping. It isn't very memorable in its impact since it never really gets the tension riding high, and feels rough in its storytelling elements. Even its cinematic style is shaky and generic compared to others of its genre, with no cinematic personality of its own, whether it was shot cheap n' quick... or not (as often debated.)

  11. Manuel L. Boleyn's rating of the film Detour

  12. Aardsy's rating of the film Detour

    Vera wins the prize as craziest damn lady.

  13. SpacePirate's rating of the film Detour

    What an insane little noir. Basically taking all the elements of noir, amping them up on steroids, and shortening the run time to make the whole sense of doom even more claustrophobic. Savage's performance is over the top in the best way, think Bette Davis at her most indulgent. A shame most prints are shit (public domain), the one TCM airs is of decent quality however. Essential noir

  14. Hugo Poderoso's rating of the film Detour

    South Western US roads and desert as a territory of ghosts and demons

  15. Bilouaustria's rating of the film Detour

    Small-budget-straight-to-the-point noir. The acting is not as strong as the script. You can often tell that it was shot in 6 days but i liked the twisted and Ann Savage's character (Ida Lupino would have been great in that part). No it's not "quintessenial" noir.

  16. MS1915's rating of the film Detour

    You can tell the film was made in a hurry, but that doesn't mean it can't pack a punch. Ann Savage was especially vicious...and I loved it.

  17. HSBilly's rating of the film Detour

    short but thrilling journey

  18. smndvdcl's rating of the film Detour

    Archetypal noir. No time is wasted on extraneous exposition. Sharp, snappy, stylish and seminal.

  19. Dale Wittig's rating of the film Detour

    A perfect nightmare of a film with characters that would never have been allowed to appear in a more expensive production, in it Ulmer seems to have just happened upon the perfect vehicle for his considerable stock of artistic skills and gifts. It all looks both coincidental and inevitable. Tom Neal and Ann Savage are perfectly cast and matched as the doomed Jazz musician and the woman he wishes he hadn't picked up.

  20. syderkan's rating of the film Detour

  21. sfasatura's rating of the film Detour

    Kurgu yerlerde fakat yine de çok iyi bir film. Öyle ki insanı saykodelik senaryolar yazmaya itiyor. Bu güne dek birçok yol hikayesi izledim ve okudum fakat bunlardan pek azı, "yol hikayesi" tipini bir kimlik bunalımı perspektifinde irdelemiştir (Hermann Hesse'nin Siddhartha'sı bunun iyi bir örneği sayılabilir örneğin). Bu film yola çıkanın benliğini ve olası kimliklerini yitirmesinin filmi gibi. Tavsiye edilir.

  22. Dogukan4Ever's rating of the film Detour

  23. RoRoRoro's rating of the film Detour

  24. Max Seqgar's rating of the film Detour

    I thought this would be a boring one, and it was more like a thrilling nightmare!

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