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Nightcrawler is a thriller set in the nocturnal underbelly of contemporary Los Angeles. Jake Gyllenhaal stars as Lou Bloom, a driven young man desperate for work who discovers the high-speed world of L.A. crime journalism. Finding a group of freelance camera crews who film crashes, fires, murder and other mayhem, Lou muscles into the cut-throat, dangerous realm of nightcrawling - where each police siren wail equals a possible windfall and victims are converted into dollars and cents. Aided by Rene Russo as Nina, a veteran of the blood-sport that is local TV news, Lou blurs the line between observer and participant to become the star of his own story.

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Crazy Sven
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
For Mature Thinking People Who Love Scathing Social Satire
Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2018
NIGHTCRAWLER is an astonishing film that peels back the layers of American (and many international) news programs on television. Jake Gyllenhaal lost a great deal of weight and worked out during production to amplify his sociopathic character, to look skiddish and crazed... See more
NIGHTCRAWLER is an astonishing film that peels back the layers of American (and many international) news programs on television. Jake Gyllenhaal lost a great deal of weight and worked out during production to amplify his sociopathic character, to look skiddish and crazed properly. The film is a reflection of our society, much like a mirror, into the dark side of the human psyche. Prurient and exceedingly tragic and violent news stories always sell programming time or newspapers and the film attempts to create a modern Horror movie in which we, the media and our society are the Frankenstein monster.

Please note that the film is dark and sinister, with language and graphic violence, so do not expect a nice "family film" as some of the negative reviewers did. Also, the film is something of a pot-boiler that starts slowly and picks up as it goes and you need to follow the basic plot. Unfortunately; the negative reviews are mostly hostile and not deserved.

It is always the same with film and programs that require thought and intelligence. The vast majority either liked or loved the film, because they are mature, intelligent viewers. The single-star reviewers for the most part are foot-stomping crybabies who are either functionally illiterate, learning impaired, petulent and entitled, or simply way too young or impatient to comprehend the material and react by pumping out either one word reviews, like "sucks" or "terrible", simply because they do not have the attention span or intellect to do the simple task of sitting down and simply watching the film. This service should just edit out all one-star reviews, or make those reviews require enough words to create an entire thought.
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Salvator Mundi
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Nightcrawler is a movie about the birth of a super villain. Jake G
Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2017
If Drive is a movie about the birth of a superhero, Nightcrawler is a movie about the birth of a super villain. Jake G. (who pointedly describes this film as the rise of a Director of Photography "DP") delivers his best performance to date as Lou Bloom, an unhinged... See more
If Drive is a movie about the birth of a superhero, Nightcrawler is a movie about the birth of a super villain. Jake G. (who pointedly describes this film as the rise of a Director of Photography "DP") delivers his best performance to date as Lou Bloom, an unhinged sociopath who finds his true calling as a stringer, contributing gruesome videos to a struggling news organization. In a business where you''re only as good as your last captured tragedy, Bloom will do anything to be successful, even compromise the integrity of the crime scene. If you''re a successful person and see a lot of yourself in Bloom, you might wanna rethink the way you be livin''.

If you''re looking for a happy ending that makes you feel good about things, I might stay away from Nightcrawler. This is an unconventional film, but in my opinion it was the absolute best of 2014 -- a year that got overshadowed by Birdman and Whiplash. Also, a sleeper and under appreciated performance by Riz Ahmed that put him on the map, setting him up for later projects like The Night Of.

Nightcrawler is a pitch-perfect comedic thriller that gets my highest recommendation. Script by Dan Gilroy was also among the very best of the year. Really excellent stuff here.
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(SPOILER ALERT) Unbelievably great film
Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2019
As a former newspaper editor, I can tell you that the "If it bleeds, it leads" cliche is absolutely true. And _Nightcrawler_ takes it to the limit. Dark as it may be, this is one of the best films of 2014. It belongs on the all-time classics list. That''''s how... See more
As a former newspaper editor, I can tell you that the "If it bleeds, it leads" cliche is absolutely true. And _Nightcrawler_ takes it to the limit.

Dark as it may be, this is one of the best films of 2014. It belongs on the all-time classics list. That''''s how good it is.

Louis Bloom (Jake Gyllenhaal) invokes the whole "how to be successful in business" trend that was popular in the 80''s. Although that movement is cloaked in motivational blather, which Louis recites constantly throughout the film, the bottom line, in reality, is in "Make the sale at any cost, step on anybody you need to step on, forget about ethics, and treat your employees like dirt, so you can BE SUCCESSFUL."

Louis'' recitations of business cliches are comedic at first, until the film descends into real darkness. Louis decides to make his living as a "nightcrawler," a freelance cameraman who rushes to the scenes of horrible accidents and murders, films the most grisly footage he can, and sells it to the local news channels. It''s distasteful enough in the beginning of the film, but believe me, it gets worse. He starts orchestrating and setting up camera ops, including the ultimate shooting death of his assistant Rick (Riz Ahmed), a homeless young man who helps him out for $30 a night.

Throughout the film, Rick speaks for us, the audience, who can''t believe what Bloom is doing. He can''t believe it, either. So his death is a real tragedy. Ahmed turns in one of the best supporting performances I have ever seen.

Renee Russo is excellent as the greedy news TV director who buys the footage from Bloom. In one scene, she tells Bloom that what she wants is footage of crimes committed in upper class white neighborhoods by colored people and minorities. Makes you wonder about the TV news business.....? And Bill Paxton is perfect as a veteran nightcrawler who ends up a victim of Bloom''s deviousness.

But the prize goes to Jake Gyllenhaal. His performance is incredible. He never blinks. He dispassionately does his thing, meticulously planned and calculated. It''s the creepiest performance I can remember since DeNiro in _Taxi Driver_. Gyllenhaal was in his mid-30''s when this movie was released in 2014. His acting in _Prisoners_ (2013) was impressive; the same goes for _Enemy_ in 2014. It will be interesting to watch him as he ages. He may end up as the next DeNiro. I hope he stays on track and turns down stupid movies when he gets older.

To me, the most disturbing scene is the final one. Bloom has made so much money that he has bought two news vans. and he''s hiring several more assistants. He gives them a Tony Robbins motivational talk about climbing the ladder of success, and he concludes by saying, "I would never ask you to do anything I wouldn''t do." It''s chilling.

Do not miss this one!
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David S. McQueen
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent Movie about Filming the News
Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2019
Set and filmed in LA California, present day. (Note that the Amazon Prime video folks list it as "2019" but the film was released back in 2013). Jake Gyllenhaal plays an opportunistic guy looking for a way to make money. He''s very intelligent and a hard worker,... See more
Set and filmed in LA California, present day. (Note that the Amazon Prime video folks list it as "2019" but the film was released back in 2013).

Jake Gyllenhaal plays an opportunistic guy looking for a way to make money. He''s very intelligent and a hard worker, but there''s something about him that''s off putting. Ever meet someone who just tries too hard to be likeable?
Renee Russo plays an aging TV news director who buys Jake''s product. As the plot unfolds, Jake''s character (Lou Bloom) sees an opportunity to make money selling film of "blood in the street" that attracts TV news so very much. LA is a highly competitive market and Bloom makes the most of it.
If you are easily offended by blood and gore, and your ears hurt when you hear bad language, don''t watch this one. If you like a really good movie that presents something unusual and different, then watch this one. Jake is terrific.
The irony is that news presenters like to think they are above the fray but the reality is that that the news media is PART of the fray. Their ethics and morals are no more and no less than any other business. This film presents a real good look at the TV news business.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Creepy Brilliance!
Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2019
Nightcrawler is a thoroughly unsettling character study. Dan Gilroy wrote and directed the creepiest thriller I''ve seen in a long time with his film Nightcrawler (2014). It is a gripping and unnerving suspense film depicting the profile of a sociopath. We see... See more
Nightcrawler is a thoroughly unsettling character study.

Dan Gilroy wrote and directed the creepiest thriller I''ve seen in a long time with his film Nightcrawler (2014). It is a gripping and unnerving suspense film depicting the profile of a sociopath. We see Lou''s shallow motives built up by manipulation, threats, and even violence. Nightcrawler is a demonstration of society without ethics fueled by a moral depravity. It is captivating from beginning to end.

Gilroy''s critique of the media''s process of obtaining raw footage unethically is scathing. He puts up the idea that the news will show anything regardless of the tastelessness of the material as long as it gets them ratings and viewers. The moral void of Nightcrawler is chilling. Even the decent editor of the newsroom that suggests what they are doing is wrong is shutout for the sake of ratings. What we consider good news is as reviewed as immoral without value. Nightcrawler even depicts another unethical cameraman with Bill Paxton''s character Joe, so that the audience knows there are other men like Lou who think there is no privacy. Nightcrawler is a depressing state of the media as a business bent on entertaining rather than informing.

Additionally, Nightcrawler is primarily a heart stopping character study of a man without a conscious. Jake Gyllenhaal is outstanding as Lou Bloom. He depicts this freelance cameraman as a morally reprehensible, criminal mastermind without boundaries. Gyllenhaal is supremely creepy and horrifying with increasingly unethical line stepping. Nightcrawler opens on Lou killing a security guard and stealing his watch, then it goes downhill from there. Gyllenhaal kills it portraying Lou with a vocal pathological liar persona and a cold calculating manipulative front to all around him. Gyllenhaal captures Lou''s quiet hate and inner rage just on the surface. He will go down as one of cinema''s greatest villains.

Reno Russo and Riz Ahmed are fantastic in Nightcrawler. Their supporting roles are the perfect foils for Gyllenhaal''s character. They speak out and suffer for it, all while being victimized by Lou in one fashion or another. They feel normal and natural to their world and portray people that could really exist. In Russo''s case, we see her lack of ethics in that she appreciates Lou''s madness all for his exclusive footage. Russo does a great job depicting Nina''s darker side. On the other hand, Ahmed is endearing as the everyman dragged into a horrid situation with no out as his character Rick is so impoverished.

Lastly, James Newton Howard''s score is pounding and unsettling with every note crawling under your skin. Howard is the perfect accompaniment for this twisted thriller.

Nightcrawler is the highly underrated psychological look into the mind of a madman who will not stop at any cost. Gyllenhaal''s subtle performance filled with boisterous venom is worth the price of admission.
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Woodshop Man
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
ridiculous movie.
Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2019
This was one of the worst movies I''ve seen in some time. Jake Gyllenhaal "walked" through the movie with his arms straight down and looked like a zombie; he only needed to do Andy Kaufman''s Latka voice from the TV series Taxi to make it complete. This was suppose to... See more
This was one of the worst movies I''ve seen in some time. Jake Gyllenhaal "walked" through the movie with his arms straight down and looked like a zombie; he only needed to do Andy Kaufman''s Latka voice from the TV series Taxi to make it complete.
This was suppose to show "us" how a person (Jake) who just related to the TV and internet (not people) would be. But it never really explored that angle and all of it''s characters were not developed.
His character was suppose to be having a sexual affair with the TV station manager Rene Russo who was twice his age, but that was left almost totally undeveloped.
Worst of all, the events that happen are totally unrealistic. He leaves the scene of a triple homicide, squealing out of the driveway in his bright red car as squads arrive, but the police ignore him. Come on.....He would be stopped, taken out on a felony stop and all of his video gear confiscated because it is evidence in the crime.
Apparently the LAPD should just hire him to respond to calls because he gets there 10 minutes before any of the 9,000 LAPD officers can get there (obviously they aren''t all working at one time...).
And then, even though he continues to interfere with police, even participating in the chase of homicides suspects driving right behind a marked squad, the police seem handcuffed to do anything about it, or don''t even notice.
I''m sure all of us have seen dozens of pursuits on YOUTUBE and the TV news; have you ever seen a civilian pursuing a criminal right behind a marked squad? Yeh, happens all the time.
Worst of all, this movie was defective. It would lock up at one point in the movie. No it wasn''t my DVD player. AND, this DVD was sold by DISCOUNT ENTERTAINMENT who DOES NOT offer a refund or exchange. What? I''ve never had that before. Sell a defective disc and tell the customer "Go sc--- yourself". Nice.
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Mark S
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent Thriller
Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2018
Nightcrawler is a great thriller. It''s a refreshing take on a Taxi Driver style story. Jake Gyllenhaal''s character and performance are fantastic. I love the gritty feel of everything. It''s shot really well. The script is awesome with a ton of unique dialogue. The film does... See more
Nightcrawler is a great thriller. It''s a refreshing take on a Taxi Driver style story. Jake Gyllenhaal''s character and performance are fantastic. I love the gritty feel of everything. It''s shot really well. The script is awesome with a ton of unique dialogue. The film does have a very seedy feel to it, so I can understand some people not getting into it, but if you like it after 5-10 minutes, it will definitely be worth watching. I highly recommend it.
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Ron Blachman
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Gyllenhaal is pathologically creepy - and brilliant
Reviewed in the United States on January 7, 2020
L.A., Babylon but seedier, it is the New York of Taxi Driver but scrubbed and populated with cars and chain restaurants. Jake Gyllenhaal is positively reptilian as the protagonist, an aspiring independent news stringer completely divorced from humanity, cold, scheming,... See more
L.A., Babylon but seedier, it is the New York of Taxi Driver but scrubbed and populated with cars and chain restaurants. Jake Gyllenhaal is positively reptilian as the protagonist, an aspiring independent news stringer completely divorced from humanity, cold, scheming, manipulative, merchandising mayhem to TV news. He actually looks like a lizard of some sort, I imagine him going to his trailer between takes and chowing down on a fat cockroach. His eyes are open so wide you see a wide margin of the whites all around, he seems to never blink, even his skin is lizard-like. Yet somehow, when he spouts hackneyed platitudes from bad motivational courses and simplistic business tracts it seems to work on just enough people to get what he wants - which is to give us what we want violence, gore morbid fascination. A great supporting performances from Riz Ahmed and Rene Russo. This is a disturbing movie but the acting and script are very good.
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Paul_ABZ
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Unsettling; one of the best sociopaths of the silver screen
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 17, 2017
First off, this is an absolutely stunning portrayal of a sociopath; somewhere between Patrick Bateman and Anton Chigurh (No Country). Gyllenhaal does intensity like few other actors, with a role that covers everything from genuinely motivational speeches to disturbingly...See more
First off, this is an absolutely stunning portrayal of a sociopath; somewhere between Patrick Bateman and Anton Chigurh (No Country). Gyllenhaal does intensity like few other actors, with a role that covers everything from genuinely motivational speeches to disturbingly perceptive and socially inappropriate awkward-fests. Like all of the best on-screen psychos there’s an unsettling charisma around the character that draws you in; allowing them to supply moments of admiration, and not just shocks. Los Angeles feels equally divided between the soft ethereal skies and harsh emergency & neon lights – providing the perfect setting for this equally bipolar character. More generally, the film’s beautifully shot and put together – with several very intense, heart-racing moments of genuine tension. It also serves up a thick layer of social commentary and (bleak black comedy) leaving you to judge who’s the worst – the guy filming it, the news broadcasting it, the people watching it… or you for enjoying this? Despite being overlooked at awards season I couldn’t recommend this enough; great performances, well-crafted, entertaining, shocking and thought-provoking – Nightcrawler has it all.
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D J Jackson: Passionate about Film.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
''NIGHTCRAWLER'' WILL MAKE YOUR SKIN CRAWL!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 25, 2018
This is a review of the standard Region B2 Blu-ray version. We watched this film with 2 friends, and at the end, the unanimous verdict was ''Brilliant!''. I have read on this site, a 1 Star review saying that the ''film is brilliant but you will hate the characters'', so hence...See more
This is a review of the standard Region B2 Blu-ray version. We watched this film with 2 friends, and at the end, the unanimous verdict was ''Brilliant!''. I have read on this site, a 1 Star review saying that the ''film is brilliant but you will hate the characters'', so hence the reviewer gives only 1 Star. Ummh, yes, the reviewer is absolutely right, on both counts re the film and characters. BUT! The film and it''s excoriating commentary on the ambulance-chasing, rubber-necking, intrusive system of American local news, IS indeed BRILLIANT. The characters are mostly APPALLING, because they are party to this system, making, or trying to make, big bucks from it. The few who are uncomfortable, squeamish or revolted by the spectacles filmed and by the behaviour of their colleagues, are too ''frit'' to fight back and try to stop it. The system is entrenched into the culture. But this is what makes it all SUCH a good film. It is looking at the ghastly people who carry out this profession, either as cameramen or TV production staff, the bosses chasing ratings (better ratings=better advertising=bigger profits), and of course, by extension, the American public, who want to be titivated by gore with their ''eggs over easy'', at 6am. It is showing how the news is bent to create a more news-worthy headline. It is showing how those involved will sail close to the wind legally, and way beyond it morally, to get the nastiest, bloodiest titbits. It really is a broadside, fired at the TV stations and the American public. In addition to the huge moral impact of the film, the acting is superb. Jake Gyllenhaal is quite the nastiest Sociopath on film in a while ~ skinny, wide-eyed and articulate. Rene Russo positively dribbles with desire over the gory films he delivers. And the wonderful British actor, Riz Ahmed, is brilliant as the desperate but still decent patsy hired by Gyllenhaal. LA also looks good; the filming is excellent, immediate and action-packed. This is a wonderful film, though not an easy watch. You will be aghast and slightly sickened by what ensues. But this is worth 5 Stars, beyond doubt.
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P. R. Storey
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
You Can''t Escape From The Nightcrawler !
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 25, 2020
This is a modern day classic,it is a must see movie.It is a very original story of a down and out man who commits petty crime to get by.I don''t want to spoil it for you ,but he finds a way of selling video footage of accident''s,fires and murders .He sells them to a local...See more
This is a modern day classic,it is a must see movie.It is a very original story of a down and out man who commits petty crime to get by.I don''t want to spoil it for you ,but he finds a way of selling video footage of accident''s,fires and murders .He sells them to a local news station for peanuts to start with.The stakes then get a lot higher and way more dangerous.Jake Gyllenhaal is excellent in this ,with great support from the rest of the actors.The climax will take your breath away.
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Richard Morton
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A bit different but compelling
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 29, 2015
Jake Gyllenhaal is outstanding in this dark, seedy, atmospheric crime thriller which creeps under the skin in entertaining fashion. He plays Lou Bloom, an odd fellow who appears to find his calling in life one night after stumbling across a traffic accident and observes a...See more
Jake Gyllenhaal is outstanding in this dark, seedy, atmospheric crime thriller which creeps under the skin in entertaining fashion. He plays Lou Bloom, an odd fellow who appears to find his calling in life one night after stumbling across a traffic accident and observes a freelance film crew filing the aftermath and arranging to sell it to a news station. One stolen bike and quick trade for a police scanner and camera later and our boy is up and running as a "nightcrawler" chasing through the LA night looking for newsworthy crimes/accidents and their bloody aftermath. Gyllenhaal is in almost every scene and carries the load exceptionally well in an oddball role, embodying a repellent but strangely intriguing character. There''s an interesting supporting cast of characters such as confrontational fellow nightcrawler Bill Paxton, slightly sleazy TV exec Rene Russo and whiney but sympathetic assistant Riz Ahmed. Things build steadily as Lou slips further into this new lifestyle before a game changing happening amps things up and sends us racing towards the endgame. It''s all shot rather stylishly and the LA streets come to life during the endless nights. There''s the odd turn in the plot to keep things interesting and some real urgency in the latter stages, building to the conclusion. Overall, a slightly odd but compelling film and well worth a look.
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L. Davidson
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
What if my problem wasn''t that I don''t understand people but that I don''t like them?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 29, 2015
I thoroughly enjoyed watching "Nightcrawler", a totally gripping and exciting movie about one man''s ruthless, single minded desire to get noticed and succeed in life. Jake Gyllenhall plays a sociopathic, sleazy misanthrope who becomes a "nightcrawler" ; a freelancer with a...See more
I thoroughly enjoyed watching "Nightcrawler", a totally gripping and exciting movie about one man''s ruthless, single minded desire to get noticed and succeed in life. Jake Gyllenhall plays a sociopathic, sleazy misanthrope who becomes a "nightcrawler" ; a freelancer with a camcorder who films crime scenes and sells the footage to newsrooms. He finds that he has a flair for this sort of work and he employs an annoying sidekick to help him while he pursues TV news controller Rene Russo professionally and romantically. He doesn''t care about anyone nor does he possess any kind of ethics. He just wants to promote himself and make as much money as he can. He eventually unearths a major story and the film reaches a stunning climax with all guns blazing. Gyllenhall''s character is a modern anti hero, a devious, enterprising arch manipulator who will stop at nothing to get what he wants. This film is the best that I have seen for some time. Great characterisation,plenty of suspense and excitement and an intriguing central character who is very much in tune with the modern day zeitgeist.
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