His Kind of Woman (1951)
In this mystery thriller, Nick is a deported gang boss who needs to get back to the United States to run his operation. Dan Miller is a hard-up guy, who is persuaded to sell his identity to Nick. A number of double-crosses, shootings, and chases culminate in an exciting confrontation.
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Must enjoyable drama with thanks to Vincent Price a lot of comedy overtones. He is so wonderfully ripe as a ham actor who gets a chance to perform acts of derring do for real. Mitchum and Jane Russell make a great team as usual.More
I really liked this movie, it has both Robert Mitchum and Vincent Price. Price gives a hilarious performance, which I just love, and Mitchum plays the main character who is involved in a web of suspense. It's a really cool movie, but there are some slow scenes in the beginning. Overall a really good movie, though, I like it.More
Some fun 3rd-string film noir with Robert Mitchum playing... well, Robert Mitchum with a really good cast. Most of the action takes place at an upscale Mexican resort and as a result, His Kind of Woman feels a bit claustrophobic before it moves the too-long climax to a boat. Admittedly flawed, this movie's about 20-30 minutes too long, but Jane Russell's reasonably foxy and Vincent Price is great, even if he gets a tad overbearing (think Bill Murray not shutting the hell up for the last half hour of Ghostbusters) towards the end.More
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