This basically is the John Osborne play in which Laurence Olivier made such an impact. Setting is now America instead of England and period switched from Suez crisis days to 1944.
Take a Hard Ride is a poly-formula period western dual bill item for the popcorn belt. Jim Brown heads cast as a wrangler hunted for the $86,000 in cash he is returning to his late employer's widow…
Roosterr Cogburn has the exciting charisma of John Wayne and Katharine Hepburn, plus the memories of Wayne's Oscar-winning performance in True Grit.
Peeper is flimsy whimsy. In the can for a year after being made under the title Fat Chance, director Peter Hyams' limp spoof of a 1940s private-eye film stars Michael Caine as a fumbling gumshoe and…
Monty Python's Flying Circus, the British comedy group which gained fame via BBC-TV, send-up Arthurian legend, performed in whimsical fashion with Graham Chapman an effective straight man as King…
Ken Russell's Lisztomania, combines his customary zany and bawdy artfulness with a style close to Tommy.
Good suspense drama starring Rod Steiger as a man planning to blow up the British Parliament in revenge for his family's accidental death in Belfast.
Farewell, My Lovely is a lethargic, vaguely campy tribute to Hollywood's private eye mellers of the 1940s and to writer Raymond Chandler, whose Phillip Marlowe character has inspired a number of…
A gritty comedy of family manners built around the family rituals of marriage, death, etc. A pic that is flippant, observant, with a love story between two new cousins, both married.
Stanley Kubrick's series of film morality plays continues with Barry Lyndon, a most elegant and handsome adaptation of William Makepiece Thackeray's early 19th-century novel. Ryan O'Neal's excellent…