Best Film Noir

Angel Face
Robert Mitchum plays the sucker who falls for Jean Simmons’s beguiling, sweet-faced femme fatale

Body Heat
William Hurt makes dumb appealing while Kathleen Turner makes ruthlessness sexy and with a single tear, almost forgivable

Edmond O’Brien is A fatally poisoned man who has only hours to find out why he has been murdered and by whom

Double Indemnity
Fred MacMurray’s insurance salesman doesn’t have a chance against Barbara Stanwyck’s long legs gliding down those stairs

Gene Tierney as the beautiful and haunting Laura who appears to have more than one life

Out of the Past
Robert Mitchum, Kirk Douglas, and Jane Greer make for a dangerous and double-crossing triangle

The Big Sleep
Two beautiful, wealthy sisters serve Humphrey Bogart’s Philip Marlowe a scintillating side of trouble

The Maltese Falcon
Humphrey Bogart is Sam Spade, a detective with a dead partner and a beautiful but possibly treacherous client, on the trail of a mysterious bird statuette people seem willing to kill for

The Postman Always Rings Twice
Lana Turner is the married, ambitious head turner Cora whose affair with John Garfield’s drifter, Frank leads to unexpected and deadly consequences

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