Film misfires through a flattish script and uninspired performances by two leads, Omar Sharif and Catherine Deneuve. Director Terence Young has used two novels (Mayerling and The Archduke by Michael…
Action adventure film, in which US and Russian forces race to recover some compromising satellite photography from a remote Polar outpost. Alistair MacLean's novel adapted into a screen story [by…
Anthony Quinn stars as an outcast, assumed to be a priest, in the Mexico of two centuries ago. The production, a plodding mix of religious-themed action and comedy-romance, has some good direction…
Duffy is the story [by Donald Cammell, Harry Joe Brown Jr and Pierre de la Salle] of two alienated sons stealing from their wealthy father. Weak writing and heavy-handed direction by Robert Parrish…
Countdown, a story about a US space shot to the moon, is a literate and generally excellent programmer. Strong script [based on a novel by Hank Searls], emphasizing human conflict, is well developed…
Bye Bye Braverman is a curious mixture of tasty and tasteless jokes, all at the expense of Jewish people. Pic describes, in padded vignette and travelog transition, the hypocritical mourning of a…
Bandolero! is a dull western meller. Though competently produced, film suffers from distended scripting, routine direction and overlength.
Work Is a Four Letter Word is based on Henry Livings' unconventional and not wholly satisfactory play Eh?. A difficult theme for a film, Work is a wayout comedy fantasy.
Villa Rides is a pseudo-biopic of a portion of the bandit career of Mexico's folk hero, Pancho Villa, with Yul Brynner in title role.
Frank D. Gilroy's Pulitzer Prize legit drama of 1964 has been translated to the screen in an outstanding way by original producer Edgar Lansbury and stager Ulu Grosbard, all three making an…
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