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  • noun Plural form of neo-noir.

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Examples

  • The script read like a film noir, so he's been taking cues from "American noir movies of the 40s and neo-noirs such as Se7en and Michael Mann's The Insider".

    Screen picks for 2012: Tom Green, Domhnall Gleeson and Sally El Hosaini

  • The characters in these neo-noirs usually conform to the stereotype we have of what a hitman or a tough guy is supposed to be like -ruthless, insensitive, sadistic - even if they're nothing but walking punchlines.

    Kevin Burton Smith for President-Part Two

  • The characters in these neo-noirs usually conform to the stereotype we have of what a hitman or a tough guy is supposed to be like -ruthless, insensitive, sadistic - even if they're nothing but walking punchlines.

    Why I'm voting for Kevin Smith for President

  • I just get the same feeling from it that I get from too many neo-noirs.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • I just get the same feeling from it that I get from too many neo-noirs.

    Mad Men; Kill Now, Pay Later

  • The characters in these neo-noirs usually conform to the stereotype we have of what a hitman or a tough guy is supposed to be like -ruthless, insensitive, sadistic - even if they're nothing but walking punchlines.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • It's the final level that sets this book apart from the flavors-of-the-month and the overwrought neo-noirs of our time.

    Terrill Lankford's brilliant overlooked novel

  • These neo-noirs aren't presented as tragedy at all, but as comedy of the cruelest sort, the "grown-up" equivalent of slipping a frog down a girl's back.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • These neo-noirs aren't presented as tragedy at all, but as comedy of the cruelest sort, the "grown-up" equivalent of slipping a frog down a girl's back.

    Why I'm voting for Kevin Smith for President

  • It's the final level that sets this book apart from the flavors-of-the-month and the overwrought neo-noirs of our time.

    Archive 2007-01-01

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