It’s the delightfully funny dark side of The Nice Guys that kept me hooked

As the story follows through, the duo discovers that a conspiracy hides behind this facade of deception and murder.

Jibran Khan July 07, 2016
With Los Angeles 1977 as the movie’s backdrop, two low-life private investigators (Healy and Holland) are hot on Misty Mountains’ trail. They are trying to find out why Misty, a porn star, committed suicide. As the story follows through, they soon discover that a conspiracy hides behind this facade of deception and murder.

The Nice Guys is the third film by acclaimed director of Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang and Iron Man 3, Shane Black. This delightful dark comedy/buddy cop film stars Russell CroweRyan GoslingAngourie Rice and Matt Bomer.

Russell Crowe and Ryan GoslingPhoto: IMDb

Ryan Gosling and Angourie RicePhoto: IMDb

Russell Crowe and Margaret QualleyPhoto: IMDb

Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, and Angourie RicePhoto: IMDb

Matt BomerPhoto: IMDb
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Jibran Khan An independent filmmaker who has worked on numerous short films and has taught Film Theory at Szabist University. Currently he is studying Media Arts and Design at the Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany. Follow his Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwSdyPZ_htZng0Ec-2cmlgg
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