The Friends of Eddie Coyle

The Friends of Eddie Coyle

Robert Mitchum
Director: Peter Yates Cast: Robert Mitchum
Robert Mitchum
, Peter Boyle
Peter Boyle
, Richard Jordan
Richard Jordan
Peter Yates

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The Friends of Eddie Coyle 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
ThorV More than 1 year ago
I can't recommend this film enough. Criterion has released this film in an amazing package including a booklet with a great interview with Robert Mitchum. The quality was far better than I expected from such an old film. The sound was great and the extras were fine too. If you're a fan of heist films or crime films, this is sure to hit your sweet spot.
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GothamCity06365 More than 1 year ago
I have loved this movie since reading Geoge Higgins book from which the movie was adapted. The book is wonderful and for writers almost a text book on character development and dialogue. Peter Yates film captures the grittiness and desperation of Higgins book. This is my favorite performance of Robert Mitchum. As Eddie, a low-level Boston crook, he plays Eddie as a guy who never made it to the big times, who is always trying to stay out of prison. It shows him as a family man trying to make ends meet and have a little something for his wife and he.Unfortunately, Eddie is in trouble with the law and unless he gives up some of his "friends", will end up back in prison. Peter Boyle as Dillion, the owner of the bar that Eddie frequents is also unforgettable. The locations, music, everything about this film is excellant. The Criterion Edition offers an excellant commentary by Yates and a A booklet featuring a new essay by film critic Kent Jones and a 1973 on-set profile of Robert Mitchum from Rolling Stone. It has been ahile since this film was avaialble and the Criterion Edition was certainly worth the wait.
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