Dobermann (1997)

Bursting with comic book violence and noirish style, Jan Kounen's directorial debut is based upon the hip French crime novels of screenwriter Joel Houssin and chronicles the deadly confrontation between super cool crime boss Dobermann… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: June 18, 1997
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David Nusair
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...[the script] tries way too hard to come off as clever and hip.

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Tsubaki Sanjuro
It makes some great decisions, then makes some really bad ones. Cassel, Bellucci and Karyo are very well casted, the soundtrack is great. The movie can't… More
xGary Xx
Daft over-the-top post Tarantino thriller that revels in its own unnecessary and gratuitous violence. It has its moments, but its all a bit tacky, and there is… More
Adam Mahler
it continues, the experiment of a generation of filmmakers in France to see who can make characters look most like Muppets -- and, in the case of Dobermann,… More
Marcus Woolcott
It's all very well trying to copy Taratino, but at least his films had interesting characters, a plot, and style. This is somewhere between Barb Wire and… More
Cassandra Maples
Dobermann is one of the best 'live action comic books' ever made, IMO. The characters, the cinematography, the dialogue and the violence all have the… More