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Many of us have trust in our authorities and officials as good and to others as evil..and it may not all be like that..we think and invest in some that they are good..well some people say others have our interest in mind..organizations large scale entities that pursue our goals. The passing of Fdr and here we have john HUston's take on what the passing of FDR meant and the film is all but prophetic seen today and a story of great power with intense secenes good dialogue and minor characters greatly drawn. A work of art besides the main characters grows in stature when the small characters are absorbing and add intensity to the piece..and have we ever seen anything better..prohibition is the backdrop to this film noir. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre disliked by studio boss jack Warner for killing off his star at film's end..won world wide acclaimas one of the best films ever made..awards and prestige and world wide stature is what these studio bosses craved for a variety of reasons..and it was a film in which the studio received much negative mail from average americans about their dislike of the film, and the kind of character its star Bogart played. Warners looked for awards and acclaim and properties were searched with this aim in mind..and JOhn HUston the writer-director of both films, and a key figure in american films and his film High Sierra did so much to reinvent and change films and cinema worldwide..here we have a film which is a bit of a pastiche. The literary artist plumbs his knowledge..the minor characters..post FDR times and really understanding good and evil..the original spanish tale which jerry wald had given john..based on a play which largely failed..and the writing of that play john felt uncinematic wont work.. Read more ›
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4.0 out of 5 stars classic bogart May 23 2012
By Michael B. Neuman TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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This is one that I have always wanted to add to my bogart collection. With ed robinson and lauren bacall, it is wall cast and acted. Enjoy seeing it over again.
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Aaaahhh ... Bogey. AFI's No. 1 film star of the 20th century. Hollywood's original noir anti-hero, epitome of the handsome, cynical and oh-so lonesome wolf; looking unbeatably cool in his fedora, a cigarette dangling from the corner of his mouth. Endowed with a legendary aura several times larger than his real life stature, and still admired by scores of women wishing they had been born 50+ years earlier, preferably somewhere in California and to parents connected with the movie business, so as to have at least a marginal chance of meeting him.

"Key Largo" (1948), directed by John Huston, is the last of four movies starring Bogart and real-life spouse Lauren Bacall (after their legendary collaborations in, first and foremost, "To Have and Have Not" and "The Big Sleep," as well as in "Dark Passage"), by this time firmly established as one of Hollywood's new leading ladies in her own right. At the same time, it also constitutes a reversal of roles between Bogart and Edward G. Robinson, opposite whom Bogart had appeared in 1930s movies like "Bullets or Ballots," "Kid Galahad," and "Brother Orchid:" Whereas in the earlier films, the complexer parts had been Robinson's (while Bogart's characters had had little or no redeeming qualities whatsoever), here it is Bogey's world-weary and reluctant WWII veteran Frank McCloud who finds himself -- half acting on his own accord, half propelled by Bacall's sharp-tongued hotel keeper Nora Temple -- ultimately facing up to Robinson's ruthless gangster Johnny Rocco in the sultry, Hemingwayesque setting of the Florida Keys, under the onslaught of a hurricane; with great supporting performances by Lionel Barrymore as Bacall's father-in-law and Claire Trevor as Rocco's disillusioned, alcoholic lover.
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Aaaahhh ... Bogey. AFI's No. 1 film star of the 20th century. Hollywood's original noir anti-hero, epitome of the handsome, cynical and oh-so lonesome wolf; looking unbeatably cool in his fedora, a cigarette dangling from the corner of his mouth. Endowed with a legendary aura several times larger than his real life stature, and still admired by scores of women wishing they had been born 50+ years earlier, preferably somewhere in California and to parents connected with the movie business, so as to have at least a marginal chance of meeting him.

"Key Largo" (1948), directed by John Huston, is the last of four movies starring Bogart and real-life spouse Lauren Bacall (after their legendary collaborations in, first and foremost, "To Have and Have Not" and "The Big Sleep," as well as in "Dark Passage"), by this time firmly established as one of Hollywood's new leading ladies in her own right. At the same time, it also constitutes a reversal of roles between Bogart and Edward G. Robinson, opposite whom Bogart had appeared in 1930s movies like "Bullets or Ballots," "Kid Galahad," and "Brother Orchid:" Whereas in the earlier films, the complexer parts had been Robinson's (while Bogart's characters had had little or no redeeming qualities whatsoever), here it is Bogey's world-weary and reluctant WWII veteran Frank McCloud who finds himself -- half acting on his own accord, half propelled by Bacall's sharp-tongued hotel keeper Nora Temple -- ultimately facing up to Robinson's ruthless gangster Johnny Rocco in the sultry, Hemingwayesque setting of the Florida Keys, under the onslaught of a hurricane; with great supporting performances by Lionel Barrymore as Bacall's father-in-law and Claire Trevor as Rocco's disillusioned, alcoholic lover.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Ode To Fear & Greed
I'm not sure why I like this movie so much, but I do. In probably my favorite scene, Bogart's character appears to praise Robinson's character, Johnny Rocco. Read more
Published on Oct. 31 2006 by Warren Green
3.0 out of 5 stars Not one of Bogart's better films
It has its moments, but this particular movie is substandard compared to Bogart's other films. The acting is not particularly good and the dialogue isn't clever either. Read more
Published on June 19 2003 by Frank Janes
4.0 out of 5 stars sweltering film noir classic
KEY LARGO sits right beside THE BIG SLEEP as a very entertaining film noir classic. It features Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall in one of their most memorable pairings. Read more
Published on July 7 2002 by Byron Kolln
5.0 out of 5 stars They DID Have It All....
This is my favorite Bogie & Bacall movie. Maybe it's because I love the sensual mystery of the Keys so much, and, combined with a John Houston production, and two Hollywood screen... Read more
Published on June 7 2002 by F. Gentile
5.0 out of 5 stars Edward G. Robinson Overpowers
"Key Largo" was made in 1948, during the height of the studio system, and when Warner Bros. ruled the roost. Humphrey Bogrart, Lauren Bacall, Edward G. Read more
Published on May 2 2002 by Interplanetary Funksmanship
2.0 out of 5 stars A really bizarre film
"Key Largo" has to be one of the most bizare, disappointing movies I think I've ever seen. I had high hopes for it, having heard so much about how Bogart and Bacall got together... Read more
Published on March 24 2002 by J. Taylor
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic good versus evil story!
A fine film that magnificently tells the classic story of good vs. evil. While Bogart's and Robinson's performances are great, Claire Trevor steals the show as the alcoholic... Read more
Published on Feb. 16 2002 by Ken Friedman
5.0 out of 5 stars Bogart, need I say more
Key Largo has a really great ensamble cast, but BOgart does stand out. Key Largo is great because the movie is filled with action and mystery keeping you wanting more.
Published on Feb. 3 2002 by Neel Aroon
4.0 out of 5 stars Sailing Away To Key Largo
First rate Bogie film with a great supporting cast. Bogie is not the hard-boiled PI nor the desperate gangster in this film, but a war hero at odds with a gang on the run lead by... Read more
Published on Jan. 6 2002 by Dr. Freeman
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