Warner Bros. | Release Date: January 24, 1948
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Universal acclaim based on 76 Ratings
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TMProofreader3Aug 23, 2019
The best, GREATEST thrilling movie ever made! With the best movie character ever portrayed: Humphrey Bogart as Fred C. Dobbs! And the best movie quote ever spoken: "Badges? We ain't got no badges. We don't need no badges! I don't have to showThe best, GREATEST thrilling movie ever made! With the best movie character ever portrayed: Humphrey Bogart as Fred C. Dobbs! And the best movie quote ever spoken: "Badges? We ain't got no badges. We don't need no badges! I don't have to show you any stinking badges!" And the best movie score ever composed! Expand
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AndremaxDec 3, 2019
Remember that Treasure of Sierra Madre was a movie made under a context where gaves value to text and plot, which doesn't an exception here, beyond fit and well-tied form, here we got some demonstrations of loyalty, corruption, poverty andRemember that Treasure of Sierra Madre was a movie made under a context where gaves value to text and plot, which doesn't an exception here, beyond fit and well-tied form, here we got some demonstrations of loyalty, corruption, poverty and everything else that defines more-than-one individuals human relationship Expand
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9
morgana1972May 18, 2018
Compared to the movies of today, this holds up really well. A breath of fresh air from a good classic. Water is more valuable than gold when your'e a hundred miles from nowhere. Would you rather be a rich dead man or a living poor one withCompared to the movies of today, this holds up really well. A breath of fresh air from a good classic. Water is more valuable than gold when your'e a hundred miles from nowhere. Would you rather be a rich dead man or a living poor one with water & food scraps? Expand
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9
cvdynastyApr 14, 2018
An all time classic. Great movie, Really great performances all around. Set in the 1920's this movie is a very good re-enactment of that time.
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amheretojudgeJul 1, 2018
procrastinating the humane accuracy and lunacy..

The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre 4 Out Of 5 The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre is a tale about three partners going after the treasure and the irrevocable journey or adventure that it brings
procrastinating the humane accuracy and lunacy..

The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre

4 Out Of 5

The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre is a tale about three partners going after the treasure and the irrevocable journey or adventure that it brings along with it. The inner politics depicted among the greedy friends and the good old "morality" conflicts that it raises, is the ingenious yet simply sensible take of the makers especially when the heat is communicated directly to the audience, it gets better as it ages on screen. It is rich on technical aspects like sound effects, background score, editing and art design. The primary reason the feature offers a satisfactory outcome is that not only is it unpredictable but is justifying with genuine reasoning which is the soul in here. The structure of the script may be familiar but its additional and side characters does make it worth keeping the audience engaged offering them enough work and art to explore in it. John Houston; the screenwriter-director, uses its smart adaptation wisely and brilliant execution skills on creating the anticipated vision on screen. The performance is decently acted by Humphrey Bogart and Tim Holt but the real gem of the feature is Walter Houston who gives a memorable performance as a supporting cast. The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre is an interesting take on morality while procrastinating the humane accuracy and lunacy on its backdrop that ticks loud and clear all through the way.
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auburnnJan 26, 2018
A great showcase of masculinity and male ignorance without a slight trace of women.
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CodyZamboniJul 13, 2019
John Huston's classic tale of greed, features one of Humphrey Bogart's best performances. His journey from likeable loser to vulgar, pathetic psycho, driven by a lust for gold, is remarkable, sobering, and disturbing
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KingCrasherFeb 3, 2018
The treasures of the movie are the acting performances of Bogart and Huston in this neo-Western journey full of twists and turns about a gold hunt in the mountains of Mexico, set in the 1920s. A pleasurable watch.
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