"T-Men" is really only a film noir expert movie to watch. I love the genre, but still I did not feel like I was ready to see this. It was put out by Poverty Row Studio "Eagle-Lion" which only ran for a few years, a notable movie that put out was "The Scar" in 1948, but still, this was a not well known part. Though I do consider this to be an exceptional movie for a B, for an A, ouch. This movie is just not good. Don't get me wrong, I'm all about visual effects, and yes, I appreciated the cinematography, but really, that's really the only reason to see this movie, the stars I put out is only related to it. Other than that, this movie is not too exciting. For a star-cast, it's pretty obvious not to see this: is there even one exceptional name? Nope. I knew it didn't have any, but because of its good reputation I thought, oh well. Maybe if it had at the least, Richard Widmark, this film could have been something really special, but I thought the actors just did not have the strength to carry the film even a little bit. I was not a huge fan of the plot either-- I have seen ones similar before, but when you get an annoying announcer talking every five minutes, it can get on your nerves. Watch a similar film noir "The Street With No Name" (which I gave five stars), and you will really get a treat. "T-Men" has a lot of potential, but does just not make it.