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Eddie Over Stewart Anyday
Hated scummy James Stewart for the cheap trick of planting picture of Joe's baby with a gun,and sleazy wife leaving Joe for him.Makes no sense to me,but a lot of things today don't either,like the argument of "the devil you know is better than the one you don't know",anyone heard of trusting your gut?Ok,that's probably proving the point,but I wouldn't trust a jerk who did what Stewie did for a newspaper pic.The 10 year old son was ok,did sound kind of English,guess he was actually from Wash State.Glad Joe took Acey down at the finish,he deserved it.Only too bad Joe didn't get to finish the gang himself.
Edward G Robinson is my favourite actor and here he's at his best. Great role as a vicious brute changed by the love of a son. Too bad the boy who played the son was so unlikeable.
The Best Gangster
This is a really great movie. Robinson is at his best; you can't help but love him even though he's a big-headed jerk. The only complaint I have with this film is "the boy." I can see why Robinson left him with Stewart and Stradner. His voice was so annoying and he didn't look like any of them in any shape or form. I think that particular boy distracted from a really good ending - it would've been smoother and more heart wrenching if the kid was at least likeable.
Rooted For Eddie All The Way
- Well Done Drama
Excellent film,well-acted by all,but did think Jimmy Stewart a louse of a character,felt all the more behind Joe,Sr
The Last Gangster (1937)
- Mr. Blandings
Edward G. Robinson is nothing less than brilliant in his multi-dimensional characterization of a criminal. The film makes a bold statement on how it is a person's environment and upbringing that shapes his development more than anything else. Krozac's son inherited his father's rambunctiousness but under the right parenting and healthy environment he ended up channeling his energies into positive things, unlike his father who was not so lucky. Truly touching scene at the end when Krozac chooses to do what is best for his son.
The Last Gangster (1937)
- James Higgins
Excellent 1930's gangster film, Edward G. Robinson is amazing as always, good supporting cast. Great pace and screenplay. Very enjoyable and notable for an early James Stewart performance.
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love this movie.kroczak is really scary until the end when he gains a conscience.
Great Gangster Movie
Please show this moving! It has a great story line, outstanding characters, and Eddie Robinson is the best!ThanksGene