Sincerity and simplicity shine through every foot of this oversized modern version of the Chaucer epic tale. Here is rare beauty.
Fall of France in 1940, and subsequent formation of Free French units in Africa, forms basis for this adventure drama, which unfolds tale of regeneration of a confirmed criminal through comradeship…
Expertly showcasing the comedic talents of Danny Kaye in his first film starrer, Up in Arms is a filmusical that's expensively mounted in Technicolor and in the best Samuel Goldwyn tradition of…
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The Equalizer1Daily:$3.6M Cumulative:$40.7M Sony / Columbia 22.26%
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The Maze Runner2Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$60.2M Fox 29.30%
The Boxtrolls3Daily:$862,914 Cumulative:$18.9M Focus 17.65%
Based on Noel Coward's London legit hit, film soundly captures the spirit of the 1920s and 1930s reviving the era of the British general strike, the jazz dress style, the Charleston, and the…
Because this is the factual story of Dr Wassell's heroic evacuation of 12 men, plus himself, from Java in earlier stages of the war, it packs more interest than otherwise might have been the case…
The Eugene O'Neill play, one of his earliest and one carrying plenty of gutter dialog and epithets, dealt with the futility of brawn over brain, but also severely attacked capitalism and at one…
Summer Storm is a carefully made drama of people and passion adapted from a Chekhov drama [The Shooting Party].
Yarn [from a novel by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall], dedicated to the Fighting French, unwinds in a series of flashbacks, as related by a French liaison officer (Claude Rains) to an…
Lost in a Harem is good standard fare for Abbott and Costello fans. The boys are in the groove, knocking themselves out for laughs in a slapstick bit of nonsense that is plenty corny at times, but is…
Samuel Bronston has brought to the screen one of the great men of American letters, Jack London, and if ever there was a blood-and-guts subject for Hollywood treatment, London has long seemed a…