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Title :The Nice Guys (2016)
Release : 20 May 2016 (USA)
Genre :Action, Comedy, Crime
Writers:Shane Black, Anthony Bagarozzi
Stars :Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Angourie Rice
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The Nice Guys (2016) review
With the talent involved in The Nice Guys, it was always going to be highly unlikely that it was not going to work. Of course, you can never take that for granted, and plenty of Hollywood projects that looked great on paper have turned out to be absolute disasters by the time they got to the big screen.
Thankfully, that’s not the case here. The Nice Guys reunites director and co-writer Shane Black and producer Joel Silver, something of a powerhouse team, who have previously given us the Lethal Weapon movies, The Last Boy Scout and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang among other movies. Where Mel Gibson and Danny Glover, Bruce Willis and Damon Wayans and Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer have gone before, now we have the sublime pairing of Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe.
Set in 1977 Los Angeles, festooned with a salubrious stank, it’s about a down-on-his-luck private eye, Holland March (Gosling), who works with a hired enforcer, Jackson Healy (Crowe), to investigate the disappearance of a girl and the death of a porn star. Of course, it turns out that there’s more to the case than it first appears and before they know it Healy and March are in it up to it their necks. Kim Basinger is Judith Kutner, the hugely powerful mother of the missing girl, reuniting her with LA Confidential co-star Crowe for the first time in almost 20 years.
To say how and why Matt Bomer pops up as John Boy would be something of a spoiler but it’s fair to say that if you’re a fan of characters such as Milo from The Last Boy Scout and Joshua in Lethal Weapon then you will lap this up. Bomer’s turn is a work of restrained megalomaniaca genius and is classic Black and Silver – it’s genuinely quite delicious to see him in action.
Crowe and Gosling are a brilliantly drawn pairing that fits like a glove, so well in fact that you will wonder why the hell it hasn’t happened sooner – Crowe’s dry comedic delivery and raw brutality is perfectly matched with his co-star’s impish charm and damaged determination. Working from a tight and sharp script that perfectly balances the characters like a yin and yang of screw-ups ensures The Nice Guys is an absolute joy every step of the way. It’s a Hollywood buddy pairing that leaves you wanting more – a sequel, if it happens, would be justified and welcome.
Something the movie also has in abundance is action-comedy. Where so many films manage to have one, maybe the other and sometimes both, they often fail to marry them up – that’s not a problem for The Nice Guys. The lean and clean direction ensures that, like Lethal Weapon and the like before it, the 1 hour and 56 minute movie has a stream of memorable set pieces and quotable nuggets of dialogue that are destined to become classic in their own right.
There is the oddly slightly flabby scene and one in particular that lets the film down slightly, a dream sequence involving a talking bee, but when it comes down to around 5, maybe 10, minutes in total in a film that is almost 2 hours in length, you can just let it slide.