*Kinda spoiler I guess.*
In the effort to live up to this "dark and gritty" deconstructionist superhero era, it's nice to see a hero just helping people out of a flooded building. The last 15 minutes or so is something we don't often get; after the fighting is done, a hero helps to pick up the rubble. To lend a helping hand when a helping hand is needed. Sticking around after the darkest hour has past to help people pick up the pieces of their lives. This is what heroes should be. This is an excellent superhero film and, I hope, signals a change to come.
It's kinda nice. If you're a Bogey and/or Tracy fan you'll enjoy it, probably. If not, why are you here? It's almost startling to see Bogey so young. You just kinda picture him as a late-40's early 50's guy, so to see him fresh out of his twenties is kinda odd. This film marks the feature film debut of both Bogart and Tracy. It's really a film for the complete-ist rather than the enthusiast, but regardless can be enjoyed by both.