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The best Ellroy adaptation ever!
25 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

Writer/director Mitch Brian manages to deliver the finest, truest adaptation of a James Ellroy work to date. Sure, it's not on the scale of L.A. CONFIDENTIAL, but this tight, moody dramatization of a chapter from one of Ellroy's lesser novels, KILLER ON THE ROAD, captures the author's voice with pitch perfection. From the shocker opening sequence to the brilliant double-punchline at the end (including a great moment featuring James Ellroy himself!), this one is definitely worth a look. If Brian can do this much with eleven minutes + one chapter from an Ellroy novel, just imagine what he could do adapting one of the books in its entirity. Hollywood, are you listening? Give Ellroy's AMERICAN TABLOID to this guy.


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