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How did you buy your ticket? View All Videos 2. View All Photos Movie Info. Lionel Essrog is a lonely private detective who doesn't let Tourette's syndrome stand in the way of his job.

Gifted with a few clues and an obsessive mind, Lionel sets out to solve the murder of Frank Minna -- his mentor and only friend.

Scouring the jazz clubs and slums of Brooklyn and Harlem, Essrog soon uncovers a web of secrets while contending with thugs, corruption and the most dangerous man in the city.

Ed Norton. Ed Norton , Jonathan Lethem. Nov 1, Class 5 Films, Warner Bros. Ed Norton Lionel Essrog. Gugu Mbatha-Raw Laura Rose. Alec Baldwin Moses Randolph.

Willem Dafoe Paul. Bruce Willis Frank Minna. Ethan Suplee Gilbert Coney. Cherry Jones Gabby Horowitz. Bobby Cannavale Tony Vermonte. Dallas Roberts Danny Fantl.

Josh Pais William Lieberman. Ed Norton Director. Ed Norton Screenwriter. Jonathan Lethem Screenwriter. Bill Migliore Producer. Ed Norton Producer.

Michael Bederman Producer. Gigi Pritzker Producer. Rachel Shane Producer. Adrian Alperovich Executive Producer. Sue Kroll Executive Producer.

September 16, Rating: 3. August 28, Rating: 3. August 15, Rating: B- Full Review…. August 6, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Sep 17, Full of intrigue, Motherless Brooklyn is a compelling film noir based on a bestselling novel.

Set in s New York, a PI with Tourette's Syndrome seeks to avenge his boss' murder by breaking the case he was working on. However the script is kind of weak; as it's hard to follow all the characters and conspiracies going on.

And the pacing is rather slow, allowing time for the investigation to unfold and the mystery to build. Still, it's a beautiful looking film, with extraordinary detail in creating s New York.

The score too is especially well-done, capturing the noir tone. Motherless Brooklyn was a passion project of Norton's, and it really shows.

Dann M Super Reviewer. Jan 31, Probably a little too long but I appreciate that Norton made his main villain a lightly fictionalized Robert Moses and had the good sense to cast Alec Baldwin in the role.

Alec B Super Reviewer. Nov 29, I remember reading this novel back in college, so it's been a long road for Jonathan Lethem's crime story to find its way to the big screen.

Lionel Essrog Norton suffers from Tourette's syndrome and is given to verbal and physical tics he needs to indulge or else his brain feels like it will explode.

He's our eyes and ears into a criminal world that views him as a freak. It's an intriguing vulnerability given sympathy, forethought, and it's an intriguing way to make something old new again through a disadvantaged lens.

Norton is great in the lead and Lionel feels like a companion portrait to Joaquin Phoenix's Joker, another struggling man given to unconformable physical outbursts that make him feel isolated from society.

The book was fascinating from being inside this unique headspace and understanding how Lionel's brain operated with obsessions and various pressure valves.

The movie, which Norton rewrote completely and set in the s, is an acceptable film noir, but without that specific perspective it would get lost.

It's handsomely made and has plenty of enjoyable actors in supporting roles. There's an intelligence to the storytelling and power dynamics, but the movie is also a bit too smart for its own good, losing its way in a convoluted mystery where the pieces don't so much add up as they're just given to you after a long enough wait.

And the wait is long. This is minutes and takes its sweet time, applying more and more layers of intrigue and period settings like Norton is checking a list of Noir Elements to include in his first directing work in 19 years Keeping the Faith, anyone?

The world itself is surface-level interesting but the main character is the real hook, so getting more of the world without going deeper on the character, or expressly placing him in different predicaments where he can utilize his unheralded abilities, feels like wheel spinning.

Motherless Brooklyn is strictly for genre fans or those who don't need much more from their movies than a high-concept quirk.

Nate's Grade: B. Nate Z Super Reviewer. Nov 02, It just sounded like a fun read, wherein a detective with an unnamed tic disorder similar to Tourette Syndrome attempts to solve a murder.

While the story itself didn't wow me, I enjoyed the first person point of view of a man who appears to burst at the seams in order to formulate words and ideas.

The novel had a giddy rush whenever we took a peek into our protagonist's mind. Ed Norton, who writes, produces, directs and stars, has radically steered away from the book, changing the time period from the s to the s, and basically jettisoning everything which occurs after the inciting incident.

In many ways he has come up with a more compelling, more relevant story, but it's all wrapped in the all-too familiar tropes of a film noir.

It seems as if he wanted to make his own Chinatown or L. Confidential and decided to shoehorn the bones of the novel into the genre to satisfy his itch.

With an incredible cast and a look at how New York City developed into the city we know today because of racist development policies, Norton has made a film worth seeing.

Its punishing length, however, merely serviceable direction, and a too light tone keep it from crossing over into the classic territory of the great noirs.

Norton plays Lionel Essrog, one of a quartet of former orphans "adopted" by Frank Minna Bruce Willis in a warm turn to work at his detective agency.

After an amusing slow speed chase, someone ends up dead and Lionel and his cohorts, played by Bobby Cannavale, Dallas Roberts and Ethan Suplee, get to work to solve the crime.

With limited clues, Lionel, who soon breaks from the pack and works alone, leans into his disorder and photographic memory to go down the rabbit hole of NYC corruption.

The film provides an invaluable history lesson of the city which will prevent you from ever looking at its bridges the same way again.

He's a classic villain who thinks his actions are for the greater good even as he spouts racist ideology, abuses women, and tramples all over human rights.

Remind you of anyone currently occupying Pennsylvania Avenue? Norton brings a sweet energy to his detective, allowing us to simultaneously empathize and stand in awe of his character's special gifts.

He makes for quite an original romantic lead, giving his scenes with Mbatha-Raw a special kick.

He stands up for what's right, but in true noir fashion, the steamrolling ahead of someone's twisted version of an urban utopia cannot be stopped.

Instead, Essrog makes a low key, low stakes decision in the end. As such, the film lacks the bitter nihilism of its predecessors.

In an interview with Norton at the screening I attended, he claimed a more foreboding ending would not go down easily in these tense times.

This may be true, but it leaves us with a slightly upbeat, toothless film. I still recommend it for the troublesome past it resurrects, along with an engaging story and game cast.

Norton takes a big swing here, but I can't help but thinking this would have resonated more from a character and story perspective had it remained set in the 90s.

Norton, though, made a film lover's decision and gets major points for shining a light on the ugliness of a city's history.

Unfortunately, noir is meant to be dark, and this film sidesteps the defining characteristic of its genre. It looks like noir, but, to paraphrase the classic, "Forget it, folks.

It's not Chinatown. Glenn G Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.

Best Horror Movies. Worst Superhero Movies. If you're looking for characters you want to follow in a story you can follow, throw this one in the Gowanus Canal.

Edward Norton said that he felt the people still wanted movies that stimulate us, that feel like a decadent meal, that Americans want substance and can handle longer movies.

He is a true actor, to me, akin to Brando. This is a masterpiece of a film, the visuals, the music, simply amazing.

So many of us are sick of the brainless garbage pouring out of Hollywood these days, and this film is just what so many of us are craving, and what we miss about movie making of the past.

The acting is superb. How this rated so low on IMDB is a mystery Kudos to Ed Norton and all of the people who were involved in this tremendous film.

Norton's hamhanded attempt to portray Robert Moses as some sort drooling at the mouth racist, hellbent on glory is simply not accurate. Of course we have the revisionist history of Robert Caro's Power Broker to blame for this.

If not familiar with horrific tome, imagine Howard Zinn going on for pages about Robert Moses. A few of the throwaway lines in this movie are really absurd, as is the tone and framing of the power politics.

Some of the fatuousness follows. Urban renewal was a Progressive project and it didn't just happen in NY and it was by no means just Robert Moses.

Moses early patron was none other than Al Smith. But don't get me wrong, Moses e was the true Progressive in every sense of the word.

He was gifted and driven man who was entitled to operate by different rules. So this system Robert Moses built that hated minorities, why did he create New York City Housing Authority that housed mostly blacks and hispanics for free?

Some exploitation, you'd think he'd be giving white people houses. When he talks about how he raped the woman, he says "i moved on her", reusing a line Donald Trump used when discussing a woman he pursued in Palm Beach.

Alec Baldwin can't help himself. Too bad, listen to the whole convo, his "move" was taking her furniture shopping, lol.

And he got nowhere with her. Baldwin is trying to reinforce that Trump meant he sexually assaulted her. This is again, just so overt and stupid.

It's too bad, I love Edward Norton's acting and some of his directing. And he seems like a good guy. But like so many others in the entertainment biz, they cannot stop preaching to us.

Could have been a great story. As is, some great acting and interesting twists, with a well done period motif, make it watchable.

Fantastic movie! Ed Norton was amazing in his acting, as always, but even more so, considering he was directing, as well.

This movie had plenty of storylines, back and forth, not knowing which way was going. Twists and turns. The set decoration was also top notch.

I truly felt I was in New York back in the old days. I didn't think this film had big enough budget to make it look too real, but I guess it had enough.

I was very surprised to see this film miss out on Oscar nominations. Acting, directing, or even screenplay should have received nods.

This is a great film. Lots of terrific characters in an original storyline. I almost thought it was a true story. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries.

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Lionel Essrog is a lonely private detective who doesn't let Tourette's syndrome stand in the way of his job.

Gifted with a few clues and an obsessive mind, Lionel sets out to solve the murder of Frank Minna -- his mentor and only friend.

Scouring the jazz clubs and slums of Brooklyn and Harlem, Essrog soon uncovers a web of secrets while contending with thugs, corruption and the most dangerous man in the city.

Ed Norton. Ed Norton , Jonathan Lethem. Nov 1, Class 5 Films, Warner Bros. Ed Norton Lionel Essrog. Gugu Mbatha-Raw Laura Rose.

Alec Baldwin Moses Randolph. Willem Dafoe Paul. Bruce Willis Frank Minna. Ethan Suplee Gilbert Coney. Cherry Jones Gabby Horowitz.

Bobby Cannavale Tony Vermonte. Dallas Roberts Danny Fantl. Josh Pais William Lieberman. Ed Norton Director.

Ed Norton Screenwriter. Jonathan Lethem Screenwriter. Bill Migliore Producer. Ed Norton Producer. Michael Bederman Producer. Gigi Pritzker Producer.

Rachel Shane Producer. Adrian Alperovich Executive Producer. Sue Kroll Executive Producer. September 16, Rating: 3. August 28, Rating: 3.

August 15, Rating: B- Full Review…. August 6, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Sep 17, Full of intrigue, Motherless Brooklyn is a compelling film noir based on a bestselling novel.

Set in s New York, a PI with Tourette's Syndrome seeks to avenge his boss' murder by breaking the case he was working on. However the script is kind of weak; as it's hard to follow all the characters and conspiracies going on.

And the pacing is rather slow, allowing time for the investigation to unfold and the mystery to build. Still, it's a beautiful looking film, with extraordinary detail in creating s New York.

The score too is especially well-done, capturing the noir tone. Motherless Brooklyn was a passion project of Norton's, and it really shows.

Dann M Super Reviewer. Jan 31, Probably a little too long but I appreciate that Norton made his main villain a lightly fictionalized Robert Moses and had the good sense to cast Alec Baldwin in the role.

Alec B Super Reviewer. Nov 29, I remember reading this novel back in college, so it's been a long road for Jonathan Lethem's crime story to find its way to the big screen.

Lionel Essrog Norton suffers from Tourette's syndrome and is given to verbal and physical tics he needs to indulge or else his brain feels like it will explode.

He's our eyes and ears into a criminal world that views him as a freak. It's an intriguing vulnerability given sympathy, forethought, and it's an intriguing way to make something old new again through a disadvantaged lens.

Norton is great in the lead and Lionel feels like a companion portrait to Joaquin Phoenix's Joker, another struggling man given to unconformable physical outbursts that make him feel isolated from society.

The book was fascinating from being inside this unique headspace and understanding how Lionel's brain operated with obsessions and various pressure valves.

The movie, which Norton rewrote completely and set in the s, is an acceptable film noir, but without that specific perspective it would get lost.

It's handsomely made and has plenty of enjoyable actors in supporting roles. There's an intelligence to the storytelling and power dynamics, but the movie is also a bit too smart for its own good, losing its way in a convoluted mystery where the pieces don't so much add up as they're just given to you after a long enough wait.

And the wait is long. This is minutes and takes its sweet time, applying more and more layers of intrigue and period settings like Norton is checking a list of Noir Elements to include in his first directing work in 19 years Keeping the Faith, anyone?

The world itself is surface-level interesting but the main character is the real hook, so getting more of the world without going deeper on the character, or expressly placing him in different predicaments where he can utilize his unheralded abilities, feels like wheel spinning.

Motherless Brooklyn is strictly for genre fans or those who don't need much more from their movies than a high-concept quirk. Nate's Grade: B.

Nate Z Super Reviewer. Nov 02, It just sounded like a fun read, wherein a detective with an unnamed tic disorder similar to Tourette Syndrome attempts to solve a murder.

While the story itself didn't wow me, I enjoyed the first person point of view of a man who appears to burst at the seams in order to formulate words and ideas.

The novel had a giddy rush whenever we took a peek into our protagonist's mind. Ed Norton, who writes, produces, directs and stars, has radically steered away from the book, changing the time period from the s to the s, and basically jettisoning everything which occurs after the inciting incident.

In many ways he has come up with a more compelling, more relevant story, but it's all wrapped in the all-too familiar tropes of a film noir.

It seems as if he wanted to make his own Chinatown or L. Confidential and decided to shoehorn the bones of the novel into the genre to satisfy his itch.

With an incredible cast and a look at how New York City developed into the city we know today because of racist development policies, Norton has made a film worth seeing.

Its punishing length, however, merely serviceable direction, and a too light tone keep it from crossing over into the classic territory of the great noirs.

Norton plays Lionel Essrog, one of a quartet of former orphans "adopted" by Frank Minna Bruce Willis in a warm turn to work at his detective agency.

After an amusing slow speed chase, someone ends up dead and Lionel and his cohorts, played by Bobby Cannavale, Dallas Roberts and Ethan Suplee, get to work to solve the crime.

With limited clues, Lionel, who soon breaks from the pack and works alone, leans into his disorder and photographic memory to go down the rabbit hole of NYC corruption.

The film provides an invaluable history lesson of the city which will prevent you from ever looking at its bridges the same way again.

He's a classic villain who thinks his actions are for the greater good even as he spouts racist ideology, abuses women, and tramples all over human rights.

Remind you of anyone currently occupying Pennsylvania Avenue? Norton brings a sweet energy to his detective, allowing us to simultaneously empathize and stand in awe of his character's special gifts.

He makes for quite an original romantic lead, giving his scenes with Mbatha-Raw a special kick. He stands up for what's right, but in true noir fashion, the steamrolling ahead of someone's twisted version of an urban utopia cannot be stopped.

Instead, Essrog makes a low key, low stakes decision in the end. As such, the film lacks the bitter nihilism of its predecessors.

In an interview with Norton at the screening I attended, he claimed a more foreboding ending would not go down easily in these tense times.

This may be true, but it leaves us with a slightly upbeat, toothless film. I still recommend it for the troublesome past it resurrects, along with an engaging story and game cast.

Norton takes a big swing here, but I can't help but thinking this would have resonated more from a character and story perspective had it remained set in the 90s.

Norton, though, made a film lover's decision and gets major points for shining a light on the ugliness of a city's history.

Unfortunately, noir is meant to be dark, and this film sidesteps the defining characteristic of its genre. It looks like noir, but, to paraphrase the classic, "Forget it, folks.

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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Edward Norton Lionel Essrog Gugu Mbatha-Raw Laura Rose Alec Baldwin Moses Randolph Willem Dafoe Paul Randolph Bruce Willis Frank Minna Ethan Suplee Gilbert Coney Cherry Jones Gabby Horowitz Bobby Cannavale Tony Vermonte Dallas Roberts Danny Fantl Josh Pais William Lieberman Radu Spinghel Giant Man Fisher Stevens Lou Peter Gray Lewis Mayor as Peter Lewis Robert Wisdom Edit Storyline Set against the backdrop of s New York, "Motherless Brooklyn" follows Lionel Essrog Norton , a lonely private detective afflicted with Tourette's Syndrome, as he ventures to solve his friend's murder.

Edit Did You Know? Goofs Alec Baldwin's character based on Robert Moses is shown pulling out a pack of Chesterfields an unfiltered cigarette and removing a smoke.

However, the next scene and other subsequent scenes show him smoking filtered cigarettes instead. Quotes [ first lines ] Lionel Essrog : [ narrating ] Frank always used to say, "Tell your story walkin', pal.

I got somethin' wrong with my head. That's the first thing to know. Lionel Essrog : [ real life ] If! Lionel Essrog : [ narrating ] It's like having glass in the brain.

I can't stop pickin' things apart Words and sounds, especially. It's like an itch that has to be scratched.

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