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Too Late for Tears(1949)

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  • A Film Noir Gem

    • Linn
    • 6/16/14

    I couldn't get enough of this movie, so I bought it to view often and get my fix of Dan Duryea and Lizabeth Scott. After having money accidentally thrown into her car one night, Lizabeth Scott will stop at nothing to hold on to it and spend it (much to her husband's objections and good sense). Enter Dan Duryea and things really take off. In my opinion, this is Duryea's best film performance. I love it when he slaps Lizabeth Scott. Perhaps best of all, are some great film noir one-liners. Great dialog between Scott and Duryea. Also, a good performance by Don DeFore.

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    • Emgee
    • 11/10/10

    Lizabeth Scott never won any Oscars, and it's not hard to figure out why. She underacts rather than overacts, plus she starred in a genre that only got critical acclaim after its heyday.Here she does the most with her limitations: play a ruthless dame that will do anything to raise her bank balance, and hang the consequences, for her or anyone else.Dan Duryea plays a slick and sinister blackmailer who thinks he can kick her around, but she turns out more vicious than even a cynic like him expected.Sound good? Well, yes it is, but don't expect a masterpiece.But if you don't raise your hopes too high, you will enjoy this.

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