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Many disregard the character as unlikable, but I like to think of him as the most easily accessible protagonist in all of Film Noir.
The scheme he starts with seems at first to be picking up steam and looks like a sure thing, guaranteed to bring him a "life of ease and plenty", as he loves to say.
Gene Tierney's role as Mary Bristol, Fabian's all-forgiving girlfriend, is disappointingly small for such a great talent; she exists only on the periphery.
A good film, but not a great one. Richard Widmark is excellent as a egocentric loser and the story (taking place on a given night...and boy is he busy! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Berigan Taylor
This very good and very influential film noir has been issued by Criterion in a remastered edition which well conveys the stark, expressionistic, brooding black and white... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jon Corelis
Excellent movie. Taut drama. Too bad Hollywood has lost its imagination, and can no longer develop such good work. Read morePublished 20 months ago by J. Smith
I love film noir and gritty crime drama, but consider this film so exaggerated and melodramatic that it becomes cartoonish - almost a parody of film noir. Read morePublished 23 months ago by kevnm
A Film Noir is only as good as its city is corrupt. Night and the City presents the darkest. A Film Noir is only as tender as its women are vicious. Read morePublished on October 31, 2012 by Mad Zack
What a cast of lowly characters is portrayed in this heart stopping look at the miserable life of a seedy hustler in London. Read morePublished on May 13, 2012 by AKN
Is marred by one very serious flaw: the casting of Gene Tierney as Widmark's love interst--nay, wife! No way in the world she would have spent five minutes with the guy.Published on February 25, 2012 by L. Monstuart