In a Lonely Place
Drama • NR • 1950 • 1 hr 34 min
Suspense murder mystery and possibly all time great noirs. Bogart is such a bad man, compelling. Grahame a knockout.
A horrifying portrayal of a powerful creative with an unchecked temper and a sick mind. Bogart's very best performance, feels very relevant.
Pitch black tale of a relationship gone horribly wrong, or rather one that always was. Unbearable tension, shocking even by today's standard
A unique take on the murder mystery that keeps you in suspense with an amazing lead performance.
"There is no sacrifice too great for a chance at immortality." Said Dixon Steele. I say “There is no time too spent for a movie like this.”
My bogart journey begin with this movie, i recommend
The very much underrated film noir with a great performance from the golden age Hollywood star, Humphrey Bogart
A brilliant, emotional, and psychological study of loneliness, self-hate, aggression, and bitterness with fantastic direction and acting.
Absolute blueprint for film noir. Just.. Great.
Creepier and more suspenseful than I expected it would be. Bogart is wonderful. Reminds me of a much darker version of The Maltese Falcon.
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