Mulholland Falls
Mulholland Falls (1996)

Four men just barely on the right side of the law step into a web of danger and corruption in this drama. In the early 1950s, Max Hoover (Nick Nolte) is a detective with the Los Angeles Police Department who leads what's been dubbed… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: November 2, 2004
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Critic Score: 31% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Mike Clark
USA Today

Connelly, Melanie Griffith and Bruce Dern all fare well in a predominantly misused cast, but the tone of this talkfest is dreary.

Rob Gonsalves

How could it miss? Let me count the ways.

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Michael Dequina

After watching Lee Tamahori's failed, cameo-studded attempt at neo-noir, one can only wonder how it attracted such an interesting array of talent.

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Scott Nash
Three Movie Buffs

An imperfect but still entertaining neo-noir mystery.

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Chuck O'Leary
Fantastica Daily

An uneven mystery-thriller that suffers from a plot that wanders in too many directions and an overabundance of underdeveloped characters.

Alex Sandell
Juicy Cerebellum

It didn't make any sense, but it was great!

David Nusair
Reel Film Reviews

...a watchable endeavor that's nevertheless a marked disappointment...

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Scott Weinberg

A great cast helps this wandering modern noir a whole heck of a lot.

Fred Topel

Standard mystery, not nearly enough for Jennifer Connolly to do.

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Flixster Audience Score: 39% Flixster User Reviews
Clintus Maximus
The glory days of the chain-smoking LA cops' "hat squad" are brought back in this stylish neo-noir conspiracy thriller. They represent a tough,… More
Arash Xak
A good movie with a great cast but would have been better if it had more character development, There are also a few cliche moments & some unconvincing ones
Lewis C.
This movie needed more Jennifer Connelly, and it needed to be in black and white. I'm sorry, but noir never really works for me unless it's steeped in… More
Curtis Lilly
Better than I expected, but still just another LAPD 50's movie. Don't know why there are so many of this genera, and don't know why I seem to… More
Anthony Lawrie
An interesting attempt at neo-noir but it quickly loses its grip on the audience. Shame really because the cast is really good! It really should have been… More
xGary Xx
An attempt to revisit hard-boiled noir detective movies that pre-dated LA Confidential by a year, but this is all style and no substance. All the elements are… More

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