Street With No Name (DVD, 2005)
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- brerbrownJul 11, 2010by
The Street With No Name was built by Gang Crime (Noir)
This is one of the really exciting Film Noir movies from the late 40's through the late 50's. This one features Richard Widmark as a rising gang boss being investigated by FBI undercover agent Mark Stevens who infiltrates the gang posing as a boxer in Widmark's boxing gym and arena. Agent Stevens' FBI boss LLoyd Nolan keeps an eye out for when to storm the gangs next big caper but Criminal master mind has an inside informant with the police department ! Will the FBI get Stevens out in time? Lots of great plot twists and a shoot-out in a factory in the depths of a film noir night ! This is one of the good ones !
- ce468cbb8a69de3...Jun 16, 2009by
TOMMY UDO IN REDUX
Dick Widmark does his thing again and should stop it! Type-casting almost
ruined his career, however, he did indeed stop it! This movie was tough and
taunt with a film noir flare. Mark stevens made a plausible effort, but came
up short of Dick's performance. No dislikes, and I bought the dvd for my
collection; dig dark crime dramas the most!
- matthewslcApr 25, 2008by
Good example of film noir
Film is well done visually. The script is somewhat stilted at different points in film. The characterizations simply didn't flow.