The Third Man


Action / Film-Noir / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 100%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 94%
IMDb Rating 8.2 10 135429


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Orson Welles as Harry Lime
Bernard Lee as Sgt. Paine
Joseph Cotten as Holly Martins
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806.24 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 44 min
P/S 7 / 72
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1hr 44 min
P/S 3 / 30

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by siebertws-06430 10 / 10

One of the Best Films Ever Made

Don't think I've got much to add about this film, which I can't believe I only saw for the first time this weekend, considering all the good I've heard about it.

It's so expertly made, one scene plays right into the next perfectly, it's constructed and shot masterfully, the cinematography is both beautiful and bizarre at times, and the performances Movie Star classic.

The scene that lasts five minutes or so when Joseph Cotton meets Orson Welles and they talk for the first time at the ferris wheel is one of the most interesting, suspenseful and well-acted sequences in any movie I've seen, ever.

Can't say enough good things about this, especially because so many already have. If you've not seen "The Third Man," you must.

Reviewed by gottdeskinos 4 / 10

Soundtrack can really kill a movie

As a film-noir fan I though to myself this might be one of the best settings: Post-war Vienna with bombed buildings, a multinational police force by the occupying countries, investigation on black market dealings, foreign languages and accents all around. The main actor: an American who doesn't speak German, who learns his friend died in a mysterious accident. But sadly they failed to use this setting and the premise to create suspense for almost the entire movie. It's not the cinematography's fault, which is excellent: Long shadows on Vienna's places while people are being chased. Hm, but something seems off about it. They thought let's put it in traditional Austrian music for the soundtrack, well, because it's Vienna. But this is the kind of cheerful music that fits when you're strolling through the streets in bright daylight with a smile on your face and a lady in your arms. It certainly is the wrong choice for a supposedly suspenseful foot chase. Or when you surprisingly see your presumed dead friend across the street. Or while you're in a children's hospital. Or when people are digging at a graveyard at night and reveal who the "third man" was. It kills all mood in a black and white thriller and becomes almost absurdly comical. I guess they felt eager to try out new things. Thank god they dropped it when Orson Welles showed up and they talked eye to eye on the Ferris wheel. Great acting. Another great scene was the chase in the sewer. This redeemed the movie a bit. But after thinking about it I noticed there are plot holes. The soundtrack achieved at least one thing: it distracted me enough to not think about the plot too much.

Reviewed by pkiasar 10 / 10

one of the best noirs, ahead of its time

The movie is great. Perfect storyline, Perfect acting, Perfect dialogs and Perfect ending! the scene at the carousel is a masterpiece.

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