1950s, 3/4, Adventure, Fritz Lang, Review

The Indian Tomb

#21 in my ranking of Fritz Lang's filmography. The second half of the story that began with The Tiger of Eschnapur, The Indian Tomb is the same kind of easy adventure of good men saving women from bad men as the first half, except now there's an actual ending. The film doesn't elevate into grand… Continue reading The Indian Tomb

1950s, 2.5/4, Film Noir, Fritz Lang, Review

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

#28 in my ranking of Fritz Lang's filmography. Courtroom dramas have limited appeal to me. They largely feel fake with artificial drama that would never actually happen in the setting. Sometimes a film can get past that, as in Fury, and Beyond a Reasonable Doubt actually ends up getting close. The drama isn't supposed to… Continue reading Beyond a Reasonable Doubt