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Winner Take All(1932)

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  • winner takes all

    • will
    • 11/19/15

    With all due respect to Annakay (viewer) . You've hit the nail right on the head. James Cagney is an awful character in this film, and that's what makes his performance so great. Like Cody Jerrett in White Heat, a psycho who kills for pleasure, its a character study. James Cagney should have got a number of Oscars not just for Yankee Doodle Dandy. My personal favorite is the Fighting Sixty Ninth, where he runs the gauntlet of human emotions from a swart ass loud mouth recruit, to a scared to death coward, who faces the hell of World War One. I think its one of the greatest Antiwar films ever made. Everyone has a right to an opinion and I respect yours.

    • 12/4/12

  • Horrible Movie

    • AnnaKay
    • 12/4/12

    This movie made me sick to see, I was totally disgusted!! He was a complete jerk and a total liar to poor Marian Nixon's character. She has no self esteem to stay involved with a man who made it clear he doesn't want her and then denies he ever felt that way. He only wanted her back when the society girl was bored with him, he played Marian the way Bruce played him. Completly dispicable, he should have ended up with no one in the end!! I will never understand why people give high ratings to movies like these and support such chauvanistic ideals. I also found the stupid way his character acted to be completely annoying, painful to watch, very unenjoyable! Do not waste your time with this piece of junk!

  • Best ever

    • Ryan Mason
    • 7/30/06

    This movie is all the candy, if everybody watched it, this movie wouldnt just be on dvd there would be remakes, , and plays. I recomend you to vote for this one to be on dvd. This is the movie that got James Cagney to move from awesome vaudeville actor to awesome movie actor.

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