St. Louis Blues, is behind-the-scenes Mississippi riverboat stuff in a modern setting, which is perhaps its most discordant note. It lacks the charm of the background that keynotes Show Boat.
Naughty but Nice has a good quota of laughs and is generally bright, despite a plot at which cynical Tin Pan Alley habitues might look askance. This being Dick Powell's finale for Warners, the studio…
Alfred E. Green, a director who knows his hosses, has given George Bruce's original plenty of values. Adolphe Menjou is tops as the former horseman turned bum who, through the inspiration of a boy…
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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
Metro sucessfully accomplishes the difficult task of welding two rather extended appearances of the International Ice Follies troupe into this production - withal keeping both story and ice show in…
Dodge City is a lusty western, packed with action, including some of the dandiest melee stuff screened.
In attempting to delve into the psychopathic reasons why a criminal carries a killer complex, Blind Alley holds moderate interest [Pic is based on a play by James Warwick].
Utilizing the broadest strokes of comedy technique, this version of Dumas' romantic adventure presents Don Ameche as a rather personable D'Artagnan, and the Ritz Bros as a helter-skelter trio hopping…
Liberties have been taken with [Louis Bromfield's] original novel, resulting in switching some of the original characterizations or intent, but under production code restrictions, and to conform with…
A skilled and dramatic filmization of one of Edgar Wallace's best known novels. Murder, sabotage and international troublemaking form the basis of this exploit of the Four Just Men who, incognito…
Boris Karloff's man-made monster is revived in the castle of Frankenstein to provide material for another adventure of the ogre. Basil Rathbone, son of the scientist-creator, returns from America to…