James Allen (Paul Muni), a returning World War I veteran, is one of the unluckiest people you'll ever meet. His first problem: returning WWI vets were guaranteed none of the upward mobility that vets of later wars were granted. There were no G.I. Bills for these guys. Returning to his old job as a clerk in a factory, Allen knows he's changed, but his job hasn't. He stares dreamily out the window at a bridge being built and realizes that he wants to become an engineer to continue the kind of work he did in the Army.
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Robinson's sneering performance is such an archetype it's worth seeing for that alone. The story, alas, is kind of a dud. Not much of Rico's rise and fall is explained -- he just rides the script's randomness, looking for opportunities to scowl his way through another scene. I mean this in the best way possible.
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They'll hit the UK and Ireland this November.
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