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Little Caesar is a good example of a film that is historically important but which has dated very poorly.
I highly recommend this film for fans of the actors in this movie; people who enjoy gangster films and classic movies will not be disappointed.
The father of Gangster movies, Little Caesar is an excellent "talkie" that launched Edward G. Robinson as a bonafide movie star.
PLOT: little crook has big ambitions.
excellent Edward G Robinson is the small but mean "thug' RICO....has big plans... Read more
Made in 1931, the third year of talking pictures, this is considered a classic by most movie critics. There are elements of Goodfellas and Scarface. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ronald A. Padawer
It gets 4 stars for what it was at the time (1931). Sure it's hokey and simplistic. But it was groundbreaking. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark W. Bolles
Great Movie. Shows where all of those Edward G. Robinson impersonations (good and Bad) came from. One of the essential "Gangster" movies.Published 5 months ago by Vandora Barnes
1931 "Little Caesar" still remains one of the best mob films of all time and one of the influential to come out of the early '30s next to "The Public Enemy" and... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joeywoodburn
If you like Edward G. You will love this movie. The man was talented and this is one of his best.Published 8 months ago by RickyDarts