Frank's Movie Log

Quality reviews of films of questionable quality.

Reviews of movies with Humphrey Bogart

Performer (6 titles)

  1. Chain Lightning (1950)

    2 Stars (out of 5) The skin-tight flight suit is a bridge too far.

  2. Casablanca (1942)

    5 Stars (out of 5) By the time I watched Casablanca, I already knew every line of dialog.

  3. Men Are Such Fools (1938)

    1 Star (out of 5) The two-piece bathing suit isn’t worth it.

  4. Black Legion (1937)

    3 Stars (out of 5) You’ve never seen Humphrey Bogart like this.

  5. Three on a Match (1932)

    3 Stars (out of 5) Until a 1948 Supreme Court ruling, the five major Hollywood studios controlled the entire movie business, from production to distribution. The studios contracted performers and paid them a salary. The performers worked five days a week like anyone else. When one film wrapped, they moved to another. Thus, films like Three on a Match came stock-piled with current and future stars.

  6. Big City Blues (1932)

    3 Stars (out of 5) I watched Big City Blues because it features an early, uncredited performance from Humphrey Bogart. Given the film’s obscurity, my expectations were low.