The Big Bang: Film Review
Directed by Tony Krantz, the detective movie suffers from a convoluted and incomprehensible screenplay.
Without Antonio Banderas, The Big Bang would be a whimper of a movie, too awful to watch, but then again without Antonio Banderas, the movie probably would never have gotten made. Which means you have Banderas to thank and to blame for this misbegotten mess. The Big Bang is yet another film noir pastiche only color coded in a garish, ultra vivid palette as if director Tony Krantz) thought of Erik Jendresen’s convoluted and incomprehensible screenplay as little more than an excuse for a visual essay in surreal design.
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