Production is well-stacked with solid values in every department except for the screenplay, which falls short in its attempt to stretch an unsubstantial story line over so long a running time.
Bob Benchley is cut into an upper corner of various shots making wisecracks, first being that 'this is how not to make a picture'. Others are in the same groove, while additional off-the-path gags…
This ambitious Two Cities production, which enters the $4 million class, is honest, dull and in Technicolor. With the best intentions, it states the case for a scientific treatment of sleeping…
Only rabid Dickensians will find fault with the present adaptation, and paradoxically only lovers of Dickens will derive maximum pleasure from the film.
Diary is interesting from several angles, no less of which is its adaptation from the original French. The transition is certainly the most important factor in drawing a line on its entertainment…
Caesar and Cleopatra is a disappointment. In spite of its prodigal magnificence, indeed because of its production values, such vague story interest as it has is hopelessly swamped.
Story [from a novel by Karel J. Benes] unfolds leisurely in telling of a sister who assumes her twin's identity in order to find love.
The filming by Paramount of "The Lost Weekend" marks a particularly outstanding achievement in the Hollywood setting. The psychiatric study of an alcoholic, it is an unusual picture. It is intense…
Mystery melodrama with a psychological twist runs only 64 minutes but it's fast and packed with tense action throughout. Acting and production (though apparently modestly budgeted) are excellent.
Niftily Technicolored and expensive-looking all the way, Wonder Man finds Kaye in a dual role, as twins, one being a nitery performer bumped off by yeggs because of information he was going to give…