Minnesota Movie Ads - June 1982
Blu-ray Review - The Gunfight at Dodge City

Blu-ray Review - The Crooked Way


Film noir receives extensive bruising with 1949's "The Crooked Way," which marries criminal activity with an amnesia story, putting star John Payne through an obstacle course of bad guys, belligerent cops, and troubled women as his character works to piece together a shattered life. It's bold entertainment, with big thrills and a nice smashmouth quality as threats escalate into action, with director Robert Florey maintaining a sure pace to discoveries and intimidation, resulting in a surprisingly eventful movie. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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