The Ballad of Cable Hogue is a Damon Runyon-esque oater comedy from Sam Peckinpah.
A meandering comedy about three old-time army tankmen in a non-combatant missile base at war with the southern redneck town in which it is located.
Subtitled 'Revolutions Per Minute', this campus crisis meller slowly spins its improbable wheels to the climactic production number involving a student riot.
Monte Walsh is a listless, wandering story of the old American West, which takes too long to get moving. Lee Marvin stars as a taciturn roughneck whose tragic romance with Jeanne Moreau comes across…
Directorial tact and visual solidity, fine, sensitive playing and observant characterization give an engrossing tang to this familiar tale [from the novel by Paul Guimard] of a middleaged man who has…
Joe deals with a NY ad agency exec (Dennis Patrick) who murders his daughter's junkie lover after the girl winds up in Bellevue suffering from an overdose of speed. Through a somewhat implausible…
Maysles Brothers' 16mm documentary on 1969 Rolling Stones' US concert tour which culminated in violence and death at the Altamont Speedway in California.
Directorty Dingus Magee emerges as a good period western comedy, covering the spectrum from satire through double entendre to low slapstick, starring Frank Sinatra and George Kennedy as…
Actor-director Ossie Davis makes his feature film debut with this slam-bang, all stops out, comedy-action film about expatriate writer Chester Himes' two Harlem detectives, Grave Digger Jones and…
Producer Andrew St John and director-writer Barney Platts-Mills assembled a bunch of East End amateurs and, with a thin storyline and dialog that seems mainly improvised, let them loose in 'their own…
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