Dead Reckoning

Dead Reckoning

DVD - 2002
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Ex-G.I Rip Murdock tries to find out who framed his pal Johnny and then killed him. While tracking his war buddy's shadowy past, Rip becomes involved with the mysterious night club singer who had once been his friend's sweetheart.

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Aug 06, 2019

Long-winded: is Bogart looking for a letter? A gun? Female character is treated as arm candy/weak femme fatale, and African-Americans are not well-treated. I fast-forwarded to the end.

A competent film noir with a convoluted plot. Bogey is fine, as a GI trying to solve his buddy's murder. Lizabeth Scott plays her role with a certain ambiguity, which makes it hard to guess whose side she winds up on. Marvin Miller is a psycho thug, contrasting with his later TV role as the benign deliverer of million-dollar checks for John Beresford Tipton on "The Millionaire." Good photography. Recommended.

ChampionMDR Jul 18, 2015

Film noir fun. Bogart & Scott have a field day with this flick.

7duffy Oct 06, 2014

Good, but not great. Bogart very capable as the paratrooper/investigator. Lizabeth Scott looks like a blonde Bacall and plays well off of Bogie. She gives a very good performance to make the ending believable. The action flows and the story has a nice twist ending. Entertaining movie.

dstanwyck Jul 28, 2014

Humphrey Bogart is my favorite actor but even with that, this is a slow mover. Something interesting about Scott but her acting talents are limited. Carnovsky was good and Marvin Miller especially ominous. All in all, a disappointment. 2 and a half stars.

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