In the 1960s, films routinely showcased such amazing talents collectively in films that were basically considered to be run-of-the-mill projects. Recommendation engine sorted out suspenseful, serious, realistic and suspense films with plots about heist, murder, violence, crime, crimes, death and neo noir mostly in Crime, Thriller and Drama genres. By Lee Pfeiffer Heist movies are like spaghetti dinners in that even the worst one is still pretty good. The rest of the gang members hold McClain accountable for the lost money and demand that he retrieve it. It emerged that Oscar was only trying to butter them up so he would sign off his shares in the company Nina stood eavesdropping at the door as her mother pressed Oscar for answers. They just stole a half-million dollars in front of a hundred-thousand witnesses.
Some movies like The Split: The Slams 1973 , Best Seller 1987 , The Grind 2010 , City of Industry 1997 , Breaking In 2018. I think it's necessary to be frank about the racial conflict. When they ponder on where to keep the money McClain suggests they leave it with Ellie, his girlfriend. They pull the job without a hitch. For the rest, the gang pulls off a fairly routine robbery and gets into a splendidly photographed shoot-out. At the end both men were covered with mud and you couldn't tell them apart, which was the point, I guess: If everyone were covered with mud we'd all be brothers.
During the first 30 minutes of the movie, makes what appear to be unprovoked attacks on four white men. The list contains related movies ordered by similarity. McClain stashes the money for the night with Ellie, his ex-wife. Last week we saw the case between the McKenzies after millionaire Davey surprised his wife with a divorce when they visited the lawyers, and in the second episode things turned even more acrimonious. That film starred and The Split was originally written with Marvin in mind for the lead. With the five men having carried out the heist and Gladys having financed it, the plan is to split the money six ways the next day.
However Jim Brown was cast. McClain follows the usual cinematic crime caper route by assembling a group of talented low-lifes as his confederates, each with their own specific talent for pulling off the crime. The cleverly-plotted caper is carried off relatively flawlessly in suspenseful scenes made all the more entertaining through the use of actual football game footage, a technique John Frankenheimer would employ a decade later for Black Sunday. By all means, give it a try. Advertisement As far as I'm aware, Poitier's swing was the first example in American movies of a black swatting a white -- and long overdue, I might add.
Davey tried to get Goldie to accept a low monetary settlement, sighting her supposed drinking problem and boring sex life as the reason for the divorce. The heist has been masterminded by a man named McClain and his partner, Gladys. But until we find that out, the scenes work as pure and simple violence. Brown is at his tough guy best and each of these talented actors contributes significantly to the enjoyment of the movie. Fleming keeps the action moving at a fast pace and benefits from an extraordinary cast that includes such heavyweights as Ernest Borgnine, Warren Oates, Julie Harris, Donald Sutherland, Jack Klugman, Gene Hackman and James Whitmore. The ending is neat and satisfactory.
So it's interesting in more ways than an action movie about a robbery ordinarily would be. They rough him up but McClain escapes and tries to find out what happened. The film was originally called Run the Man Down. To reveal what actually happens to the money would be to disclose too much, suffice it to say that it pertains to a completely unexpected plot device that effectively comes out of nowhere. Another lawyer joked that the fact none of the characters were worrying about 'chargeable hours' or dashing to Pret was a major oversight.
It is notable for being the first film with an R rating. But watch what happens when it's time for The Split! While his partners impatiently await their split of the loot, Lt. And they assume that McClain knows where the money is but he doesn't. The matching attributes are highlighted in bold. Trouble arises, however, when a dirty cop Gene Hackman steals the money, and the gang thinks McClain is responsible. Running time 91 minutes Country United States Language English The Split is a 1968 film directed by and written by Robert Sabaroff based upon the novel The Seventh by Richard Stark a pseudonym of. One such film was 1968.
With his money, he is about to board a flight leaving town when he seems to hear Ellie's voice calling his name. Brill quickly solves the murder and is well aware of the connection to the robber. The film stars , along with , , , , , and. However, many praised the show for its complex plots about empowered women working in a male-dominated industry. In the last few minutes of the episode Goldie could be seen sobbing on the floor of her wine cellar surrounded by empty bottles and downing drinks. This leads to a confrontation that ends with the deaths of Negli and Gladys. In choosing their accomplices carefully, McClain challenges Harry Kifka to a race, picks a fight with thug Bert Clinger, imprisons electrical expert Marty Gough in an wire-controlled vault to watch him fashion an escape, and has a shooting match with marksman Dave Negli before pulling off the job.