Phantom of the Opera is far more of a musical than a chiller, though this element is not to be altogether discounted, and holds novelty appeal. Story is about the mad musician who haunts the opera…
Film is designed as patriotic propaganda on the UK front, minus flag waving and such-like. Acting throughout is superior to the story, and is of such a high quality it ought to make almost any film…
Metro has wrapped Red Skelton and Eleanor Powell, among other names, around a popular Skelton radio phrase that's used for the film's title, and the net result is moderate entertainment.
Per usual the typical musical comedy plot is no great shakes, but nicely studded with laughs, pathos and innumerable musical interludes. Laid in San Francisco at the turn of the century when, as the…
In order to put the Wolf Man and the Monster through further film adventures, scripter Curt Siodmak has to resurrect the former from a tomb, and the Frankenstein creation from the ruins of the castle…
Destination Tokyo runs two hours and 15 minutes, and that's a lot of film. But none of it is wasted. In its unspooling is crammed enough excitement for possibly a couple of pictures.
Bataan is a melodramatic re-enactment of the last ditch stand of an American patrol detailed to guard a road in the Philippines following the evacuation of Manila. Picture pulls no punches in…
Historically, albeit kaleidoscopically, Disney and Major Alexander P. de Seversky trace the progress of aviation in 65 snappy minutes, a combination of super-animation, all in color, plus…
A particularly poor script is the basis for the ills besetting this mystery melodrama. Even the occasional good performance can't offset this minor dualer.
Both script [from the novel Black Alibi by Cornell Woolrich] and direction noticeably strain to achieve effects of Cat People but fall far short of latter standard and follow too many confusing…
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