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Probably the only good spy film of that anticommunist-crazy era.
Nothing notable outside of Ritter.
Decent film noir with a great NYC vibe. The three stars - Widmark, Peters and Ritter - all giving great hardball performances as ably directed by Fuller.
A great 50s noir with not -so-bad petty criminals getting mixed up with top level espionage, an interesting mix that brings Thelma Ritter one of her greatest performances and one of her many Academy Award nominations. She shines here!
Good yarn, albeit very convoluted. Widmark very good. Sad about Mo.
Widmark good actor. Ritter too. Kiley too. Lady blobalicious pretty. Blobs up.
One of the best film noirs ever made, still not approaching the best in most other movie genres.
Five Reasons To See PickUp On South Street:
1. It's a Samuel Fuller picture.
2. Thelma Ritter's Oscar nominated performance
3. Jean Peters sexy performance
4. Richard Widmark's screen presence
5. It's Film Noir, baby!
The best thrilling movie ever made!
1001 movies to see before you die. I really enjoyed this film noir. It should be remade.