Bathing Beauty is produced in the lush, lavish, manner which is as familiar as the Metro trademark.
Reformation of Nazi youth, a problem forcefully projected in Tomorrow the World on Broadway [in the play by James Gow and Arnaud D'Usseau], is dealt with no less assiduously in Lester Cowan's screen…
There is no story in the accepted sense, and no love interest. There are momentary shots of femmes, chiefly wives, but no pin-up girls. This heightens the documentary value of this wartime slice of…
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
A two-fisted plea for tolerance, told simply, honestly and conscientiously, is the 42-minute documentary, The Negro Soldier, made by the War Department under the supervision of Col Frank Capra…
Made as sequel to the profitable Cat People, this is highly disappointing because it fails to measure up as a horrific opus. Even though having the same principals as in the original chiller, this is…
As David O. Selznick screenplayed his own production, from Margaret Buell Wilder's [adaptation of her own] book, Since You Went Away is a heart-warming panorama of human emotions, reflecting the…
National Velvet is a horse picture with wide general appeal. The production also focuses attention on a new dramatic find - moppet Elizabeth Taylor.
Produced on a lavish scale and in very fine taste against backgrounds of a glittering character with costuming that fills the eye, Lady in the Dark is at the outset a technically superior piece of…
Principal reasons for the film's weaknesses are twofold. From the start the payoff is never in doubt, with little suspense induced. Secondly, its boy-meets-girl plot has a tedious overabundance of…
Prime trouble with Follow the Boys is its over-generosity. The running time shows that a good thing can be overdone.