After five career crooks find themselves in the same line-up, an alliance is born and the criminals find themselves backed into a corner by a guy named Keyser Soze.
This might just be the best mystery I have ever seen. It’s so well acted, especially by Spacey and all the characters are unique. You can tell each actor put in the necessary time to make their character feel real. The film is well-paced and there was never a point where I was bored, which is pretty rare.
I honestly can’t think of any. One problem I do have, is the fact that I don’t want to give too much of the film away. Who cares that it came out in 1995, I know some people might not have seen it and I don’t want to spoil all the fun. That’s the one thing I hate about mystery’s, I have a hard time talking about them because I fear spoiling a really good part. So, I will keep this review fairly short as I would rather have you enjoy the movie. 🙂
Fun Fact: These usual suspects took unusual cuts to their usual fees in order to do this movie.