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In Cold Blood: After a botched robbery results in the brutal murder of a rural family, two drifters elude police, in the end coming to terms with their own mortality and the repercussions of their vile atrocity.

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Ratings: IMDB: 8.0/10 Metascore: 89% RT: 88%
Released: December 14, 1967
Runtime: 134 mins
Genres: Drama History Crime
Countries: USA
Director: Richard Brooks
Actors: Bobby Johnson Brenda Currin Charles McGraw Duke Hobbie Gerald S O'Loughlin Gerry Okuneff Guy Way James Flavin James Lantz Jeff Corey John Collins John Forsythe John Gallaudet John McLiam Mary Linda Rapelye Nick Dimitri Paul Frees Paul Stewart Raymond Hatton Richard Kelton Robert Blake Ruth Storey Scott Wilson Sheldon Allman Ted Eccles Vaughn Taylor Will Geer

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Posted by truecrime 6 years, 9 months ago
+3 | +3 / -0

Classic film about Perry Smith and Dick Hickock, prison buddies, who ultimately murder the Clutter family, based on a jailhouse bigmouth promising $10,000 is stored in a safe in the house. The film Capote is re-telling of this tale in terms of what Capote went through to get the details of the murder and write the book: In Cold Blood. The book is a singular work of art in itself, the first non-fiction novel. I like the story because it involves partners in crime that would never have done the act had their personalities not entwined around each other creating a third person, if you will, that did the act. Excellent film.

Posted by THEoneNonlyFOX 6 years, 10 months ago
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this film is fantastic. a must see for any film student. robert blake is really good. watch this now. 5/5

Posted by spartanns 3 years, 10 months ago
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This movie was a very good watch although made me have a few bad nights...the executions were so life like.

Posted by EraseTheHate 5 years, 7 months ago
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Classic movie. There were some boring parts. But it was really good, and had amazing acting. Great storyline. This is definetly worth seeing for movie lovers.

Posted by sokar202 2 years, 3 months ago
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Great movie. Wonderful performances by all but especially Robert Blake. This is the film that put him on the map.

Posted by Rose78 3 years, 2 months ago
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All time Classic film. I read Capote's profound book when I was quite young. The film is as close as it could be to the facts of this crime. The acting, camerawork, effects, locations, editing, everything in this film is the best and could not be any better.

Posted by riddic2639 3 years, 8 months ago
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Great classic crime film. 5/5

Posted by Sungawdess 3 years, 10 months ago
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This movie freaked me out when I was a kid. It's a very good movie.

Posted by maryep 4 years ago
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An excellent and disturbing film of Truman Capote's novel. The performances by Robert Blake and Scott Wilson are superb. Brilliant directing by Richard Brooks. If you haven't read In Cold Blood, watching this movie will make you want to read it.

Posted by wiredcat 4 years, 11 months ago
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The first half isn't very likable - boring, but then from there it gets very good and interesting. I would say for the most part that this is a classic movie and a must watch.

Posted by TheMechanicalGirl 5 years, 3 months ago ( Edited 5 years, 3 months ago )
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No, the 1996 version is a remake. This movie is the original which went to great lengths to authenticate the real crime in the movie. They went to the same towns where crucial things occurred in the real murder, the same courtrooms, used people that were actually there when it happened as extras and some of the original jurors as jurors in the movie, etc. They even went to great lengths to find actors that looked like doubles for the real killers. The actors were so scared of their "likeness" to the killers that at times they really thought they were them. There are many other things that they did to "authenticate" the movie and to get effects to convey the strong level(s) of emotions that you can only get with black and whites because you cannot rely on the actors emotions alone which usually,in my opinion tend to be more descriptive with black and whites because you have to truly visualize what is going on as if it were in color and rely on the scenery to help you convey the deeper emotions they are trying to express. Take that scene, for example, where Bobby is going on about how hurt he is about his father and how he still loves him and the rain bars are on the window so how the rain falls so it appears as if he is crying and he actually isn't. In the black and white version of that scene you have to "re-work" the close-up of his face when he goes " I hate him and yet I love him" and the rain looks like tears and his eyes aren't totally bloodshot because he hasn't actually been crying, but only projecting enough emotion to make him appear so angry and upset and place the streaking "shadows" of light coming from the rain playing across his face under his eyes and actually envision him crying due to the emotion, the hatred and hurt he feels, where as in a color film bloodshot eyes can come across easier in a shadowy room in such a scene because the "red" color of them can actually be seen and so the rain bar effect may not be needed for a color film and they could just dilate the actors eyes and the scene would lose some of its emotion because you would see more of the bloodshot and hurt instead of having to use your imagination to figure out what they were trying to convey when they have to play more "tricks" with a black and white film to get you to think more about what is going on which is usually better in a crime drama than having it all laid out on the table when it's in color which expresses less of the emotion(s) because you can actually see in color the things that are going on and so in more color films some actors may tend to appear as if they don't show enough emotion or in some cases over act when trying to compensate for the scenery and what it lacks and/or what it covers which they feel is enough to get the story across and so they don't feel as if they have to put in as much effort. In black and whites you have to get the scenery and the emotion(s) portrayed by the actor(s) just right to convey the emotions and the story because you don't have a "color palate" to help you with the visualization and the layout of what's happening in the scene and thus that causes them to have to be a bit more "creative" with how they use light and shadow, objects in the scenes to help convey emotions, the actors abilities to help add to that perfectly, and your own interpretation(s) to how you perceive the black and white scene due to how little or how much detail you can gather from all of the spoken lines, the shades of blacks, whites and grays, etc. Like for example, if you were seeing a restaurant scene in a movie and there was cheese, bread, wine, meat and cheese. If it were a black and white you would only have the shades of grays and blacks and whites and what they would tell you was being eaten in the scene to give you a general idea of what the food was. If they didn't mention, for example, if the wine was white or red, or if the cheese didn't have holes, so you might automatically assume it was Swiss, then you would have to use your imagination and go based on the shades and colors that are in the black and white, (yes they use colors in black and whites when filming that would give the grays, blacks and whites distinctive shades when being filmed in black and white films, to sort of "tint" the black and white to different shades of grays and blacks and whites, where as just black white and gray wouldn't give you such a broad range of the blacks, whites and grays you see in such movies), whether the wine were red or white (a dark glass of wine would be easy to assume as red and a lighter glass, that looked clearer would easily be able to be assumed as white wine), and for the cheese that would be a more difficult task because a whitish looking block could mean anything from parmigiana to white cheddar or any other white/light cheese, if it had flecks that might mean Limburger or brie, a slightly darker shade might suggest provolone (with its orange skin on) or cheddar. If you are given the same situation in a restaurant scene that's in color, however, the food is in color and the colors tell you more expressively what the things are. The red wine's in color, so you can tell easily that it's red vs. white just by looking, you can tell easily cheddar slices from American cheese slices because instead of going by shades and imagination, the colors are right there and so you can automatically tell that the American slices are a whitish color and the cheddar slices are an orange-y color, if you have seen them, if you have seen them before and so you don't have to think so hard about what's being displayed in the scene when you can see it in color vs. having to play "guessing games" and use "intuition" when watching a black and white. In my opinion, black and whites are a "thinking" man's/woman's movie(s) because they require you to wrap your brain around what isn't conveyed in the scene more than what is to put the movie together vs. color films which have more of it laid out before you and the color does more of the work of the expression for you and takes out a bit more of the "mystery" of what is/isn't there that you have to wrap your head around a lot more when examining a black and white. If you are interested in learning more about the film and get Turner Classic Movies (TCM), TCM is showing this film tonight at 8PM Eastern Standard Time with an intro by Robert Osbourne about the film and its basis, origins, books and everything else tied to the original, including things mentioned on their website as to how to find out more about the movie and their complete line-up of crime dramas that are being shown every Thursday night during the month of May.

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