British producer-director Michael Winner in his second western takes a hard look at the early American West and comes up with a violence-drenched meller.
Football fans attracted to the hardcore debut of Oakland Raider pro Ben Davidson should flag him for boxoffice clipping. His fully-clothed cameo appearance is hardly worth the time. But sports fans…
Peter Bogdanovich's What's Up, Doc? is a contemporary comedy [from his own original story] in the screwball 1930s style, with absolutely no socially relevant values. This picture is a total smash.
Story is set on an English farm in 1943. Alice (Glenda Jackson) has been living alone in the country, since her husband was taken a prisoner by the Japanese a half-year earlier. One day a young…
The apparently sluggish opening reels of The Other subsequently justify themselves among many other mind-engrossing plot twists in this occult shocker. The film [written by actor Tom Tryon from his…
The Heartbreak Kid is the bright, amusing saga of a young NY bridegroom whose bride's maddening idiosyncrasies freak him and he leaves her at the end of a three-day Miami honeymoon to pursue and wed…
The Candidate is an excellent drama starring Robert Redford as a naive liberal political novice who wises up fast. Walter Coblenz produced the zesty, gritty film, directed and paced superbly by…
Charlton Heston and Yvette Mimieux star as pilot and stewardess respectively of a jetliner seized by James Brolin. John Guillermin's fastpaced direction makes the most of a large group of top…
A crime fictionalist (Michael Caine) reluctantly enters the reality of his own fantasies in Pulp, a reasonably entertaining piece of rococo recall [shot on Malta], at its best as visual camp. The…
Virtually all the key creative elements which early in 1970 made The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes encore superbly in Now You See Him, Now You Don't [from a story by Robert L. King]. Discovery of a…
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Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes3Daily:$5.3M Cumulative:$172.5M Fox -20.58%