The Treasure of the Sierra Madre


Adventure / Drama / Western

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 100%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 93%
IMDb Rating 8.2 10 100,455


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Humphrey Bogart as Dixon Steele
Jay Silverheels as Indian
John Huston as Gandalf The Grey
Robert Blake as Chuck
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126 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Fella_shibby 9 / 10 / 10

Terrific acting, screenplay n direction. Bogart was equally good as Huston n in my opinion Bogart's best acting display.

I first saw this in the early 90s. Revisited it recently on a blu-ray. Treasure of the Sierra Madre is one of my favourite n in my opinion Bogarts best acting display. Searching for gold has always been a popular film topic n this film has really nailed it with superb display of human nature. Bogart was phenomenal in this film. In this film he is so full of paranoia, insanity n evil but u still feel pity for him. His grungy, unkempt n unshaven look added to the character. The film has a dark tone dealing with human nature of greed, paranoia, evil intentions, insanity n ignorance but it has its share of laughs. Walter Huston's happy dance, Bogart's evil smile, Holt showing equanimity in adversity n Alfonso Bedoyas ignorant n illiterate attitude. The scene, where the character of Holt wondering whether to help his fellow colleague trapped inside the mine n his sympathy towards the widows share of gold as well his infatuation with the widow by jus looking at the photo were again some of the common human nature dealt very well in the film. The scene where the three leading characters are ready to kill the fourth one was indeed mans darkest nature. Was surprised to see someone like Bogart playing a diametrically opposite character compared to his earlier films. A remake is needed with more focus on the action n adventure.

Reviewed by SlyGuy21 10 / 10 / 10

The hearts of men

It's amazing how vibrant these older movies can be without using color, whether it be the characters or the score, there's something about older movies like this that makes you feel something. Even though I've seen the plot of this play out in other movies, it still engaged me, it still interested me. The film drags on a little bit, maybe the scene between Howard and the Natives goes a little longer than it needs to, but the movie still has a good flow and doesn't drag that much. I do kind of wish that the gold corrupted more than just Bogart, maybe make a Shakespearean tragedy out of it to really get the message across. Regardless, the film's aged incredibly well, and definitely worth a watch if you're interested.

Reviewed by hoffmanmnd 10 / 10 / 10

Short and Sweet

I see over 110 critics... you are out of your mind... this is a must see movie for anyone who is serious about the art. There are technical errors mostly due to shooting in Mexico, but the story is what counts This story took place in 1925 Mexico. It was made post WWII in 1947 when people were tired of the truth of inhumanity... they did not need to reminded of it, and the film suffered for that somewhat commercially. Huston won best director (Not Picture though). This was Stanley Kubrick's fourth favorite film of all time. Did I say Stanley Kubrick? I am surprised this is even remotely considered a western... it is not. It is a great, masterful period piece, but not what I would call a western. To me, it is truth of human nature.... sorry... but it is the truth. Some find it offensive and disturbing .. some like myself see it as the simple truth. Watch it.

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