69/100 (Son 20 dakikaya kadar 85 puan vereceğim filmin, özellikle son 2 dk'nın etkisiyle puanım bu kadar düştü. Çok üzüldüm filmin böyle bitmesine. Harika bir Kapitalizm ve Açgözlülük eleştirisiyle bezeli filmimiz sonundaki haydut sahneleri ve karakterimizin kahkahası ile rotasından tamamen saptığını düşünüyorum. Çoğu olumlu düşünceyi yok ediyor. Üzgünüm. Farklı düşüncelere saygı duyarım.)
This might possibly be one of John Huston's best films... And with a career filled with all time classics like The Maltese Falcon and The African Queen that is saying something! All three of the leads have great chemistry. Bogart delivers one of his most underrated and despicable performances. However, the real MVP is Walter Huston who perhaps steals every scene he is in!
When the word classic comes up, I think the treasure of the sierra madre deserves to be in the top 10 or even top 5. It's one of those rare films that holds up as well as it probably did in 1948. Great story, memorable characters, quotable lines, what's more to like.
Bogey steps out of his comfort zone and delivers one of his best performances. Huston is also in top form, possibly his best work since Dodsworth. I guess that makes Holt the weak link, but hes fine too. Tight direction, great script, one of those "they dont make em like they used to" films. Original plan was to cast George Raft and Edward G Robinson, glad the film got delayed and we have this version. 4.5 stars
Humphrey Bogart muttering to himself under his breath about what he reckons Walter Huston and Tim Holt are going to do to him is arguably the most scarily paranoid vision in cinema history. Bogged down slightly by 'injun' / 'bandidos' subplots but still a sublime tale of the danger of greed.
For extra fun, begin your first viewing when Curtin & Dobbs have their first night alone. You won't know who is nuts, genuine, or putting on whom. When you tire of the scary, ambiguous world you needlessly made for yourself because the internet told you starting halfway through films is the way to go, just rewind, relax, and let Bogart's endless soliloquies rescue you from ever having to wonder again. Whew!
Lo que parecía ser un relato de aventuras, es más bien uno sobre la codicia y la locura. El genial Bogart interpretando a un perturbado hombre es lo mejor de la película. Huston junta a dos hombres benevolentes y en medio una bomba de tiempo. Los bandoleros o un invitado inesperado son los medios que toman la posta. El resultado es una ilación de sucesos que inquieta. Como en "El salario del miedo", no hay descanso.