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Ratings & Reviews

  1. S Campbell's rating of the film Hammett

    A compromised film sure but its still an interesting watch

  2. Ethan's rating of the film Hammett

    This is a true gem. Frederic Forrest gives a badass performance here.

  3. FISCHER's rating of the film Hammett

    Une excellente oeuvre (encore) de Wim Wenders qui arrive merveilleusement à retraduire l'ambiance feutrée et violente des films "noirs" américains... www.cinefiches.com

  4. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film Hammett

  5. Marta Donati's rating of the film Hammett

    Wim Wenders' Hollywoodian struggle. A good noir, but there was not much room or possibility for it to be more than that, unfortunately.

  6. Stevie's rating of the film Hammett

    Wenders again shows that he's capable of directing a thriller (of sorts) to a very high standard. Especially in light of the issues there seems to have been. Forrest is really good and I'm a big fan of Peter Boyle so the film gets bonus points for that.

  7. Sudarshan R.'s rating of the film Hammett

    All apologies to CHINATOWN but this one is the best neo-Noir movie!

  8. Jon B's rating of the film Hammett

    A production beset with problems and it shows. However, switch off and soak it up; it's another atmospheric marvel from Coppola's dreamlike Zoetrope years.

  9. T. J. Harman's rating of the film Hammett

    Pretty underrated and great for a film that Wenders r.didn't have complete control. While Chinatown was a blend of actors looking like 40s noir icons and post-method style acting, this film is the best recreation of that era's style of acting mixed with modern filmmaking. Frederic Forrest was excellant in a rare lead role. If he'd been born 40 yrs earlier he'd have been a movie star. Wenders' should be proud.

  10. Stephen Campbell's rating of the film Hammett

    Messed about with a hell of a lot but still a good movie despite the flaws

  11. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Hammett

    A handsome film, but dull and lifeless. The slick cinematography by Joseph Biroc and a capable cast aren’t enough to lift a leaden story that never rises above uninspired pastiche. A disappointment.