Thursday, March 27, 2008

The Maltese Falcon

One of Humphrey Bogart's most memorable films, The Maltese Falcon is the quintessential portrayal of the "private eye." This film follows Bogart as he attempts to sift through the shady accounts of his not-so-trustworthy clients in order to piece together the mystery of the Falcon. Any fan of Bogart's should absolutely see this film. His celebrated "tough guy" attitude is especially evident in this excellent example of film noir.

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