This is one of the most enjoyable movies I've ever seen. The chemistry between Humphrey Bogart & Lauren Bacall is just so delightful to watch. It's easy to see why they became married later on. For this to be not only the first film with Humphrey & Lauren together but also the debut of Lauren altogether is an added bonus. Lauren is very witty & charming which made for a perfect fit for Bogie in not just this film but also the other films they've done together. Walter Brennan as Eddie was hysterical & was the comic relief that this film needed to give it an extra bit of flavor to an already great film. Of course Bogie was just as great as he usually is. As anyone who's reading this review can tell I absolutely love this film & is one of my all time favorites & I highly recommend anybody who hasn't seen this film should definitely see it.
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To Have and Have Not (1944) 1080p
To Have and Have Not is a movie starring Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, and Walter Brennan. During World War II, American expatriate Harry Morgan helps transport a French Resistance leader and his beautiful wife to Martinique while...
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Harry Morgan and his alcoholic sidekick, Eddie, are based on the island of Martinique and crew a boat available for hire. However, since the second world war is happening around them business is not what it could be and after a customer who owes them a large sum fails to pay they are forced against their better judgment to violate their preferred neutrality and to take a job for the resistance transporting a fugitive on the run from the Nazis to Martinique. Through all this runs the stormy relationship between Morgan and Marie "Slim" Browning, a resistance sympathizer and the sassy singer in the club where Morgan spends most of his days.
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Great ChemistryReviewed byPKBRomanHoliday1953Vote: 10/10
In the grand irresistible allure of "Casablanca", "To Have and Have Not" is by most standards, an excellent picture. Like the previous year's more famous film, it has the elements of a cinematic great. Excellent cast, witty dialogue and sharp direction by the multi talented director Howard Hawks ("Bringing Up Baby", "Only Angels Have Wings", "His Girl Friday", "The Big Sleep") make this a wonderful movie going experience.
I cannot judge Ernest Hemmingway's novel as I have never read the book. The screenplay successfully combined elements of suspense, romance, wit and drama. Bogie was great in another cynical, tough guy role, although a routine facade for his days at Warner. Walter Huston gives a funny performance as his alcoholic consumed friend Eddie and Lauren Bacall, in her memorable debut performance as "Slim" pairs off with Bogie extremely well.
Possibly one of the best thrillers of the 1940s.
Popular but rather dreary film-adaptation of Ernest Hemingway's novel was worked on by a handful of writers (as well as by director Howard Hawks and the actors, though only Jules Furthman and William Faulkner are credited), but still it's a somewhat rusty semi-noir without much plot to hang its personalities on (which Hawks acknowledged at the time). Hard-boiled American boat captain in France circa 1940 becomes involved in the Wartime Resistance. Fans of Humphrey Bogart have given the picture a sterling reputation over the years--and he's typically good in it--yet all the drama adds up to very little. Bogie met future-wife Lauren Bacall on this film, her movie debut, but we never learn her place in all this (and her 'singing' is barely passable, to be charitable). Highlights: the gorgeous, glossy black-and-white cinematography by Sid Hickox, Franz Waxman and William Lava's romantic score...plus the added pleasure of Bacall asking Bogie if he knows how to whistle. ** from ****