Even though "The Enforcer" isn't even close to being Humphrey Bogart's best movie, it's still a solid, watchable film noir that is pretty darn entertaining. Attorney Martin Ferguson (Bogart) finally has the chance to nab a crime ring he's been hunting down for four years, since he has a key witness. But because not other crime dramas start out this way, the witness days, and Ferguson is unfortunately back to square one. Since he's left with nothing, Ferguson tries to retrace his steps to see who the leader was. No, "The Enforcer" isn't that exciting, and no, "The Enforcer" isn't something different from Bogie's usual vehicles, but for an original movie, this is pretty good! The story is told in flashbacks, or even flashbacks in a flashback, and though it sounds confusing, it turns what could be a boring story into one with lots of juice. The flashbacks either come from a central, good character, or even to one of the bad guys, which gives us a three dimensional look on the plot. The acting in this is good, the plot is decent, and the action might be limited, but "The Enforcer" is a film noir that doesn't steal too many ideas from other movies.