Straight Is the Way
STRAIGHT IS THE WAY (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1934), directed by Paul Sloane, might have been an appropriate title for some educational film in driving school class, but actually a mild melodrama of an ex-con's determination to reform, in other words, not being crooked but "going straight," for that "straight is the way." (imdb)
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Straight Is the Way

1934
Drama
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Rated 04 Mar 2013
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This is one of those movies where the acting is very good and the visuals is for the most part nice too. But the whole storytelling is so damn static that it mostly becomes a great big yawn! Getting less momentum out of the scene then they should. Thanks to the skills of Franchot Tone, May Robson and Karen Morley, plus more cheerful icebreakers as Nat Pendleton butting in once in a while the movie had something to offer. Only wish Paul Sloane had more talent for getting a going!

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