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Beyond a Reasonable Doubt(1956)

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  • Dreadful!

    • RedRain
    • 8/6/13

    Totally implausible story - so much so that the 2009 remake with Michael Douglas was a huge failure too. Best part of the '58 version is Barbara Nichols. Nichols was a bit player in countless films but she always stood out and she does so here. For my money, she's the only one who was doing any acting! The rest of the cast seemed to just walk through this film and Fontaine was horrid! Of course, in their defense, I must say they didn't have much to work with either. I gave it one-half star because of Barbara Nichols.

  • Beyond doubt Lang's worst

    • Emgee
    • 10/24/10

    Even the best directors have at least one bad movie to their name, and this is Fritz Lang's nadir. It looks like the poor effort of a rookie director, not of one of cinema's masters.What went wrong? It's as if Lang sabotaged his own movie to get out of a contract, and it's probably no coincidence that it's his last American film. The story is implausible to say the least, but with more effort still could have resulted in a fine movie.But with a drunk, morose lead, a co-star without any role worth that name and a director with his thoughts on going back to Europe what can you expect? Not much, and that's exactly what you get.

  • Potential Only!

    • Steve S.
    • 7/13/09

    Perhaps in the hands of another studio e.g. 20th Century Fox this could have turned out to be a very good film but the ill-fated and Howard Hughes owned RKO gives us a mediocre picture, at best!

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