Release Date The French Connection Oct 9, 1971 Wide
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Movie Overview For The French Connection
TagLine The French Connection
Trailer For The French Connection
Actors For The French ConnectionGene Hackman,Fernando Rey,Roy Scheider,Tony Lo Bianco,Marcel Bozzuffi,Frederic de Pasquale,Irving Abrahams,William Coke,Eddie Egan,Andre Emotte,Arlene Faber,Al Fann,Harold Gary,Sonny Grosso,Bill Hickman,Ben Marino,Patrick McDermott,Maureen Mooney,Ann Rebbot,The Three Degrees
Genres The French Connection : Drama,Action & Adventure,Classics
Visitor Ranting & Critics For The French ConnectionUser Ranting The French Connection : 3.9
User Percentage For The French Connection : 86 %
User Count Like for The French Connection : 40,874
All Critics Ranting For The French Connection : 8.6
All Critics Count For The French Connection : 50
All Critics Percentage For The French Connection : 98 %
Review For The French ConnectionThere is only one problem with the excitement generated by this film. After it is over, you will walk out of the theater and, as I did, curse the tedium of your own life. I kept looking for someone who I could throw up against a wall.
Gene Siskel-Chicago Tribune
A knockout police thriller with so much jarring excitement that it almost calls for comic-book expletives. POW! ZOWIE!
Jay Cocks-TIME Magazine
Producer Philip D'Antoni and screenwriter Ernest Tidyman have added enough fictional flesh to provide director William Friedkin and his overall topnotch cast with plenty of material, and they make the most of it.
Robert B. Frederick-Variety
William Friedkin's symphony of long, sharp shocks is memorable for any number of sequences.
David Fear-Time Out New York
Popeye also earned counterculture points by mistakenly shooting a federal agent and exhibiting a conspicuous lack of remorse.
J. Hoberman-Village Voice
This 1971 thriller about a heroin bust is solid, slick filmmaking, full of dirty cops, shrewd operators, and slam-bang action.
Dave Kehr-Chicago Reader
To watch The French Connection now is to experience the shock of the old: a lost world of the city, and a lost style of film-making.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]
...a classic bit of '70s filmmaking.
David Nusair-Reel Film Reviews
Hard as nail crime saga with a blistering central performance.
Andrew Collins-Empire Magazine
Four decades after its initial release, William Friedkin's Oscar-sweeper The French Connection remains an electrifying achievement.
Budd Wilkins-Slant Magazine
Exciting cinema that's not to be missed by those in search of a fast-paced, well-crafted thriller.
Gabe Leibowitz-Film and Felt
well-acted, well-written and brilliantly directed film that could be recommended even to those viewers with little interest in history of cinema
Dragan Antulov-Draxblog Movie Reviews
Grounded in a gritty reality - and shot as such - it's still an action classic today that offers adrenaline-fueled pacing without insulting one's intelligence.
Ryan Cracknell-Movie Views
With its deathless car chase, Friedkin's film became an instant American classic... [Blu-ray]
Peter Canavese-Groucho Reviews
Fascinates us in an almost perverse way, gripping us with its tension, thrilling us with its action, and troubling us with its dystopic view of American society circa 1971.
Brian Webster-Apollo Guide
When people talk about the Golden Age of movies in the 1970s, this is one of the ones that they're talking about.
Scott Nash-Three Movie Buffs
Packed with memorable set pieces, tense action and a great script, this remains a classic cop thriller, and boasts one of Hackman's best performances.
This is your typical cop movie with good performances from Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider.
Wesley Lovell-Cinema Sight
An excellent thriller, with one of the best chase scenes in American film, that also revolves around a fascinating character, a tough, vulgar, bigoted cop, obsessed with his job, splendidly played by Gene Hackman in an Oscar-winning turn.