Mary Poppins Returns
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...there's no denying that the movie possesses a surprisingly contemporary vibe.
Terrific suspense ... still packs a punch.
Thrilling psychological film noir.
First-rate 'noirish' thriller with comedy.
Wonderful thriller as Milland tries to prove his innocence while Laughton plots to get away with murder.
Kind of a racy noir entree wherein the our hero not only is the suspected murderer, but also the detective ordered to hunt down ... himself. What's racy is the sexual depravity that drives the action, and that many of the characters are cast as the sexually depraved stereotype that they embody in popular myth, like Laughton as a closeted homosexual, or Elsa Lanchester as a ditzy slut. Poor ol' Ray Milliand is just a regular Joe trynta escape the clutches of all these wack job deviants. Some fun in the night.
Tightly made thriller, the inspiration for No Way Out with Kevin Costner, is well paced and well acted by an excellent cast. Laughton is great and Rita Johnson stands out as the mistress, she is given some wonderful lines and knows how to make them count. A worthwhile view.
an intense thriller with ray milland and charles laughton that was remade in the 80's as the kevin costner vehicle called no way out. this is better of course. some of the dialogue is line for line
A nerve-wracking noir classic you've probably never heard of.
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