John Sturges transforms the expansive emptiness of his frame into an omnipresent character.
Title be damned, Sturges's classic isn't a bad way to spend a day.
It’s a damned good thing that Joseph H. Lewis had as exciting a visual flair and as much a taste for zero-flab pacing as he did.
So .38-caliber erections aren’t exactly as subversive as they once used to be. Gun Crazy is still drenched in Lewis’s B-movie finery.