Malaya Reviews

  • Oct 28, 2013

    Pretty standard WWII adventure tale set in the Pacific theater, but the excellent cast makes this one rise above it's poor source material. How could you not enjoy Spencer Tracy and James Stewart on screen together, not to mention Sydney Greenstreet.

    Pretty standard WWII adventure tale set in the Pacific theater, but the excellent cast makes this one rise above it's poor source material. How could you not enjoy Spencer Tracy and James Stewart on screen together, not to mention Sydney Greenstreet.

  • jay n Super Reviewer
    Oct 25, 2013

    A minor film in all the actors filmography but still an enjoyable adventure that is made better by their involvement. This was Sydney Greenstreet's last film and his role is a fitting one, neither hero nor villain but filled with chances for him to imbibe it with his customary humor and sly wit, he even gets the final shot in the film which adds a nice touch as a capper to his career.

    A minor film in all the actors filmography but still an enjoyable adventure that is made better by their involvement. This was Sydney Greenstreet's last film and his role is a fitting one, neither hero nor villain but filled with chances for him to imbibe it with his customary humor and sly wit, he even gets the final shot in the film which adds a nice touch as a capper to his career.

  • Oct 16, 2012

    based on a true story

    based on a true story

  • Nov 18, 2011

    good A picture with all star cast

    good A picture with all star cast