Frank Bigelow (Edmond O'Brien, you may remember him as Winston Smith in `1984' 1956) realizes after he had a one night fling that he does not feel so good. Read morePublished 20 months ago by bernie
I'd love to give this wonderful film full marks(as it deserves),but this DVD release comes up a bit short on the technical and the extras side,as you will see.
D.O.A. Read more
The concept of a murder victim who functions as his own detective, gives to D.O.A. a unique point of view and also gives it a major status.
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This movie is a clear demonstration of how it's possible to make excellent cinema based on premises frontally opposite to the movies of today. Read morePublished on Jan. 12 2004 by Carlos Vazquez Quintana
The reviews earlier than this one (shown below this review) reveal too much of the plot of D.O.A. See the movie first then read the remaining reviews. Read morePublished on May 8 2002
D.O.A. is quintessential 1950's film noir (though it was shot in 1949) and in my opinion the best of the genre. Read morePublished on Aug. 27 2001 by Rix Roundtree-Harrison
Why does this movie, in my opinion, deserves five stars ? Because, if you're a film noir fan, you cannot be but astonished by the treatment of the subject. Read morePublished on June 11 2000 by Daniel S.
A classic example of 'Film Noir'; a movie where a poisoned man searches for his killer. Contains the immortal line, "I'm sorry Mister Bigelow -- but you've been... Read morePublished on Jan. 7 2000 by FilmFool