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  1. Pythonfan's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

  2. Warren Spratley's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

  3. Christopher M. Jones's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    very cool if you're looking for pure style; it's kind of an American take on a Seijun Suzuki picture which I truly wasn't expecting. it's also not really "about" anything but I guess not every movie has to be

  4. GaryS's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    Fun little neo-noir. Lee Marvin is badass and Angie Dickinson is beautiful. What else do ya need?

  5. jurgis's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    Nice storyline, beautiful camera work

  6. Andre's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    This is ground zero for the metaphysical action thriller, and one of the most genuinely visionary fusions of art and pulp ever made. Brutally poetic in its use of non-linear editing, dreamlike color, ironic sound design, spare dialogue and decor, every scene throws up a dozen potential readings even as they thrill on a visceral level. It's haunting watching the primal Walker clog up an inhuman consumerist world

  7. itellyouwhatman1988's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

  8. Eric Eidelstein's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    love that this movie is and isn’t about $93,000.

  9. Duncan Gray's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    Note to Nolan: this is how you do a cut-up action thriller, hitting the reliable beats in an altered state of consciousness. It quickly reorients you every time it threatens to become too abstract, and the drive for money/revenge/etc. that's merely a plot device in most movies turns into real thematic weight about alienation and the flow of capital. Also, it gets it done in 90 minutes. Another note to Nolan.

  10. Mert Kaya's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    story was mediocre at best but dreamy atmosphere created by director pushes this movie above many others.

  11. Scorpio Velvet's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    OMG! Lee Marvin is on the warpath!

  12. arif's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    It is the elliptical editing(the past and the present colliding ) that really gives this structurally formulaic revenge movie it's modernist- or perhaps confounding - bent. He starts in the prison hearing voices. His wife hears his footsteps coming towards her. What'll he even do with the money? Will he even get it? "Well i'm not gonna give you any money and nobody else will" What was it all for then ?

  13. Brian Godsoe's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    Though Westlake would not give the ok to use the Parker name, director John Boorman and Lee Marvin are the only ones out of the many adaptations of The Hunter to get the essence of Parker right. When you hear Marvin's heavy footfalls echo through an empty corridor, you pray it's not you he's looking for. The real deal.

  14. DenoResandono's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    To be honest, I'm not a fan of the ending. I felt it was less engaging for an excellent premise. But overall, POINT BLANK is an exciting crime-thriller. I would never forget the scene that involved the sound of Lee Marvin's footstep. I felt it was able to increase the aura of suspense. Not to mention, that astonishing editing. It has some sort of a dreamlike feeling. Kinda reminds me to some Alain Resnais' movies...

  15. Graveyard Poet's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    Copied by countless inferior movies (Ryan Gosling and Winding Refn in the overrated, pointless Drive, etc.) Dreamlike, experimental editing in sound and visuals (Metrocolor Panavision widescreen compositions) in psychedelic 1967 California juxtaposed with Lee Marvin's most complex performance. John Boorman's best film was clearly influenced by Alain Resnais' explorations of memory and time in Hiroshima Mon Amour.

  16. Paolo Utili's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

  17. bryanvmh's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    Disappointing ending, but still...

  18. Severus Snape's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

  19. Walker's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    Here we see Lee Marvin as the craven Mr. Walker, a man who "chases shadows" (a.k.a. $93,000 in cash; what's the difference?), and eventually recedes back into them. The film also utilizes brilliant juxtaposition of sound and image and one of the more poetically accurate depictions of the processes of subjective memory I've ever seen.

  20. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

  21. jenstor's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

  22. Cinema Omnivore's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    8.1/10, my review: https://wp.me/p1eXom-3ux "one of Lee Marvin's most eminent characters that taps into the time-honored appeal of wounded masculinity."

  23. Jenny Coldpussy's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    This film elegantly paints the impotence of a man who's nothing but a gun, trapped in a nihilistic asphalt jungle reigned by men who are nothing but money and, though it showcases Boorman's gift for creating ridiculously implausible female characters ( a gift that would fully flourish years later in Zardoz), it also shows his brilliance using images to communicate that which is too raw to be put into words.

  24. T's rating of the film Dönüşü Olmayan Yol

    rated from memory. May demand a rewatch.