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On The Waterfront - 1954

A towering classic and one of the most influential films of all time, On the Waterfront is most commonly known for Brando’s trademark performance. Indeed, the famous scene with his character Terry and his brother in the taxi is deservedly legendary, but it is only one of the transcendent moments that make this film a masterpiece. 239 more words


Sirocco - 1951

My Review

—Not as Casablanca-ish as You’ve Been Told—

Your Bogie Film Fix:

out of 5 Bogies!

Director: Curtis Bernhardt

The Lowdown

A black market gun dealer (Bogart) sells weapons and ammo to the Syrians as they revolt against their French occupiers in 1925, only to fall in love with the girlfriend (Märta Torén) of the French Colonel (Lee J. 1,184 more words

Humphrey Bogart

Attention Must Be Paid -- the Character Actor-- Lee J. Cobb

To quote Linda Loman in “Death of a Salesman” ‘Attention must be paid”. Cobb was Willy Loman in the original production of the Arthur Miller play in 1948. 39 more words


Sidney Lumet Directs 12 Angry Men

We wish Sidney Lumet had won the Best Director Oscar for the 1957 ensemble drama 12 Angry Men.

The poor slob didn’t have a chance. … 776 more words