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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Thomas's rating of the film Green for Danger

    Only worth it for Alastair Sim.

  2. Steve G.'s rating of the film Green for Danger

    Enjoyable if fairly predictable whodunnit that is elevated by a typically marvellous Alastair Sim performance. It has its smaller, cleverer moments and a good sense of humour (Sim spinning around in an office chair while interrogating Trevor Howard would amuse me for hours) and is a generally pretty good way to spend an hour and a half.

  3. Tonda's rating of the film Green for Danger

    Wow, what a hidden gem. Def. needs a spotlight shown down on it, and Criterion has done just that. Watch this.

  4. © <',))( Astro-Tofupraxographer's rating of the film Green for Danger

    Another gem dug up by Criterion. It combines two of my favorite genres, the Detective Mystery and Medical Drama. It's nice too that it doesn't take itself too seriously, it's quite charming and funny in a low key way. Cracking stuff. <',))(

  5. Ingrid Bergman's rating of the film Green for Danger

    Alastair Sim is captivating in his debut film role as Inspector Cockrill in this clever English crime mystery. The cinematography is ingenious with marvelous use made of shade and light to intensify the creepy mood and atmosphere particularly in the early scenes.

  6. Christopher Taylor's rating of the film Green for Danger

    Alastair Sim steals the show has the bumbling yet confident sleuth. The players are in place, the crime committed and now the culprit is on the loose. With a deft eye to genre and a warm sense of humor, Green For Danger is a treat.

  7. Apurimac's rating of the film Green for Danger

    Great film, amusing twist at the end.

  8. Richmond Hill's rating of the film Green for Danger

    A deft genre melding of familiar elements (shades of JB Priestly and Agatha Christie come to mind) crisply photographed and performed. Sim is an obvious standout with his melancholic charm.

  9. Stu Witmer's rating of the film Green for Danger

    Nicely written little whodunit with eye-catching sets and fairly standard acting except for a momentous first screen appearance by Alistair Sim.

  10. Gabriel Argüello's rating of the film Green for Danger

    My god that detective was one hell of a character!

  11. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Green for Danger

    Only modestly entertaining wartime murder mystery is talky and stodgy in that very British way. There is some great black and white cinematography that makes for a handful of effective moments, and a reliably colorful performance from Alastair Sim adds some much needed spark - but the story never rises above the usual old-fashioned intrigue. A well-made film, but not particularly memorable.