Release Date Brick Apr 21, 2006 Limited
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Movie Overview For Brick
Trailer For Brick
Actors For BrickJoseph Gordon-Levitt,Nora Zehetner,Lukas Haas,Noah Fleiss,Noah Segan,Matt O'Leary,Meagan Good,Emilie De Ravin,Lucas Babin,Brian J. White,Richard Roundtree,Reedy Gibbs,Ari Welkom,Megan Good
Genres Brick : Drama,Action & Adventure,Horror,Mystery & Suspense
Visitor Ranting & Critics For BrickUser Ranting Brick : 3.9
User Percentage For Brick : 81 %
User Count Like for Brick : 100,833
All Critics Ranting For Brick : 7.1
All Critics Count For Brick : 136
All Critics Percentage For Brick : 80 %
Review For BrickThe self-consciously mannered rat-a-tat-tat dialogue also mines a neat overlap between teen slang and noir patois, both of which can be indecipherable to non-initiates.
Ben Walters-Time Out
It's great to see Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Mysterious Skin) in the juicy role of a high-school gumshoe on the trail of his estranged girlfriend's killers.
David Edelstein-New York Magazine
Alas, Brick, from writer-director Rian Johnson, isn't as clever as its conceit.
Steven Rea-Philadelphia Inquirer
Brick is smart -- perhaps too smart for its own good at times. But in the end, its affectations add up to entertainment.
Tom Long-Detroit News
Although Brick can be a bit thick, you have to admire the effort.
Bill Muller-Arizona Republic
There's no denying that Brick is weirdly expressive, often when it seems most artificial. What begins as the most gimmicky sort of genre retread somehow evolves into that most elusive of films: a personal statement.
J. R. Jones-Chicago Reader
Smart, stylized teen whodunit with violence and drugs.
Jeffrey M. Anderson-Common Sense Media
Noir fits "Brick" like a glove, stylishly injecting assured tough talk, vice-grip tension, black humor, striking sound design and gunshots sounding like locker doors slammed on options. A great detective story and, for some, a high-school flashback.
The movie's rigorous dark-lined elegance leaves a punchy aftertaste
Fernando F. Croce-CinePassion
That rarest of things: a movie called 'unique' that actually is.
Ken Hanke-Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
Mostly lives up to the hype.
Felix Vasquez Jr.-Cinema Crazed
This glorified student film is only barely elevated by the talented Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Brendan Frye a noir-speaking California high school misfit caught in the violent middle of a drug gang responsible for the death of his ex-girlfriend (Emilie de Ra
Brick is a black-comic ballet through the peculiar terrors of suburban adolescence...
Whatever it is, wherever it is, whenever it is, it's not remotely like anything else out there.
Brick exemplifies the difference between a cinematic talent show and mere karaoke.
Rob Humanick-Projection Booth
the school's cliques, cants and "class" politics are shown to be as amoral and impenetrable as any criminal netherworld dreamt up by Raymond Chandler.
Anton Bitel-Eye for Film
An innovative ride that carries the viewer into a world familiar from genre films and the novels of Dashiell Hammett, yet quite unlike anything we've seen before.
Erica Abeel-Film Journal International
A refreshing private-eye thriller in a style now widely identified as neo-noi.
Philip French-Observer [UK]
A good whodunit with some references to films made in the 1940s.
Robert Roten-Laramie Movie Scope
BRICK announces the arrival of a very unique voice in Rian Johnson.
Ted Murphy-Murphy's Movie Reviews
I can't really recommend it to anyone, unless it's one of those lazy video nights and you're in the mood to experiment.
JoBlo-JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Exercício de estilo corajoso e eficiente, o filme busca (com sucesso) ambientar sua trama noir em um colégio norte-americano, criando um "detetive" adolescente saído diretamente da forma que gerou Philip Marlowe e Sam Spade.
Pablo Villaca-Cinema em Cena
Suburban kitsch gets played fast and loose.
Dennis Schwartz-Ozus' World Movie Reviews
The teens in Rian Johnson's striking debut feature Brick express themselves in jargon that sounds as if lifted straight from the pages of Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler.
-Sight and Sound
Brick is just an elaborate noir send-up, and an enjoyably kooky one at that
Jay Antani-Cinema Writer
Un thriller élaboré avec une vigueur et un savoir faire indéniable dont on doute par contre de la crédibilité à quelques reprises