The Black Dahlia Movie Reviews

Black Dahlia is the story of an actress who got killed and a detective tries to solve this murder mystery. The movie has the star Josh Hartnett in it who is a natural talent for the world of detective films.

It should be in the knowledge of the parents that this murder mystery is still the point of discussion on social media because the case is reality based. The film shows a lot of body images and disturbing bisected body shots.

The film includes several scenes of violence such as slicing the face while holding it in the vice and brutal cutting of throat.

A lot of nudity is also the part of the film as the detective watches the sexy film made by the victim which involves lesbian activities. A couple rips each other clothes off in romance which shows passionate behavior.

The movie presented its own results and conclusions though it was a fictionalization of the real case. It is the Brian De Palma’s film and probably his historical movie of violence.

Everybody in the movie seems to show split personalities with pretty standardize acting. Movie going experience is often ruined through many evil scenes.

A dinner scene between the family of the suspect and herself was the only laughing scene. The fascination of two detectives considering the murder is the character motivator but it was never pointed out or elaborated in the movie.

The dead girl role was played by the only one energetic lively actress in the movie, such an irony. The writers and the producers have created a loonier melodrama and there are a bunch of disconnected scenes which never add together to make something out of them.

The direction was a mess and it was like a high school drama. The scenes did not blend nicer together to paint a good captivating story of the film.

Those who never read the novel can probably enjoy the twists and weird stuff but the non-coherence of the scenes makes you lose the interest early.

The director had many movies which presented innovation of stuff and creativity but this movie was a bad miss pointed work. The ending was horrible and the movie depicts the De Palma’s pet unique obsessions.