Tagged: humphrey bogart

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Monday Movie: The Caine Mutiny, by David Bax

Every Monday, we’ll recommend a movie–it could be a classic, an overlooked recent treasure, an unfairly maligned personal favorite or whatever the hell we feel like–and we’ll tell you where to find it online. The Caine Mutiny is two kinds of...

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The L.A. Rep-port: 1/5 to 1/11, by Scott Nye

And we’re back! It’s been a hectic few (several) months since the last one, but we’re hoping to do this more regularly by doing it more simply. Instead of trying to capture everything, we’re trying to direct you to one...

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Monday Movie: The Desperate Hours, by David Bax

There has been no shortage of American films about the darkness hidden beneath the picturesque façade of our suburbs. From Blue Velvet to The ‘Burbs to American Beauty and beyond, we’ve been quick to paint these towns and neighborhoods as...

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9. Humphrey Bogart

Humphrey Bogart CASABLANCA, THE MALTESE FALCON, THE BIG SLEEP, THE AFRICAN QUEEN, IN A LONELY PLACE, THE CAINE MUTINY, TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT Has anybody ever done more with less than Humphrey Bogart? He was short, far from conventionally attractive,...