Metro has quite a spectacle, but not much else, in this version of Rudyard Kipling's Kim. The story of youthful adventure in India comes to the screen as rambling, overlength, spotty entertainment.
Father of the Bride as a pic smites the risibilities just as hard as it did in book form [by Edward Streeter].
Dictatorship versus the right of man to freedom is the theme, and the script [from a story by George Tabori] and direction by Richard Brooks lets it get up on the soapbox too frequently.
Branded is a pleasing western that has a bit more plot and appeal than the average.
Beginning is a bit too cryptic for quick understanding, but when plotline [adapted by Cyril Hume from a suggested story by Lawrence Taylor] does take shape, the story builds and holds attention…
Story, by Ben Hecht [adapted by Victor Trivas, Frank P. Rosenberg and Robert E. Kent from the novel Night City by William Stuart], unwinds with a maximum of suspense and swiftly-paced action and is…
A biopic of the songwriting team of Harry Ruby and Bert Kalmar, the picture is a charmful, entertaining cavalcade of show business which spans their years together. Yarn, while doing the usual glossy…
The Outriders is sturdy meat for the action fan. Principal motivation of script is a $1 million gold robbery.
Bright script and brisk direction conceal the stage origin [from the play by John Dighton]. The story is given a wider canvas and isn't wanting in action. In fact, the pace never lets up and one…
The Capture is an offbeat drama, with psychological overtones, that plays off against the raw and rugged background of Mexican locales.