Many of us are puzzled why The Friends of Eddie Coyle, still the best movie ever made in Boston, has never come out on VHS or DVD. Surely, there must be some rights tangle that's prevented it from ever being released, correct? Maybe not. Throwing a monkey wrench into that theory is the fact that the Robert Mitchum noir is available through Amazon's Unbox Video feature. You can watch it and have access to the George V. Higgins adaptation for 24 hours, or buy it, with the apparent ability to save it onto a disc. Hmmm. Here are links below to get this Mass.classic.