Key Largo (DVD, 2006)
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- malecheer_18Feb 6, 2010by
its a great classic movie that should be seen by everyone. The plot was excellent and so were Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart.
- tvthugMay 2, 2009by
Anyone that has not seen this film is cheating themselves!!! Edward G Robinson steals the show!!! Get it today!
- skipperdlsDec 1, 2008by
A great Bogart movie. Edward G. Robinson should have received an<br>Academy Award for his cigar chomping.
- tivoli1228Jan 25, 2007by
Very Good Gangster Story with Great Actors
Key Largo (1948) has an outstanding cast, including the original gangster himself, Edward G. Robinson, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall in their final film together, the great Lionel Barrymore, and Claire Trevor in an Oscar-winning supporting role. The story was first a play, and you can tell that by the construction of the plot, but it is nevertheless exciting, intense, and entertaining.<br><br>Bogie plays an ex-G.I. who travels to a hotel in Key Largo to visit the wife and father of his deceased soldier buddy. He arrives to find a strange party occupying the establishment. They are soon revealed to be gangsters waiting for their loot, and Robinson is their leader. Trevor plays the abused, alcoholic singer who has attached herself to him. A hurricane traps everyone in the hotel, and the drama escalates as Bogie strives to protect Bacall and Barrymore from Robinson and his goons.<br><br>Key Largo is a thoroughly enjoyable film, and it is very fun to see two great actors from that genre, Robinson and Bogart, match wits and guns.Read full review
- darsradiosApr 12, 2010by
Key Largo - Great Classis Movie
One of the best with Humphrey Bogart as the understated hero in realistic good versus evil tale. Bogart is war veteran stuck in Key Largo hotel as a hurrican approaches. Unfortunately, the gangsters have made this hotel a temporary while they wait. No Rambo like actions in this show. Bogart has to find a way to save the lives of the people in the hotel and hopefully his own skin while dealing with the same constraints any of us would find while dealing with bad guys carrying guns. True bravery. Great show.