Surefire film fun and up to the usual parity of the madcap Marxes, even though a bit hectic in striving for jolly moments and bright quips.
Those Ritz Bros are let loose in a wild and hilarious filmusical, one of the best of the series of this type which 20th Century-Fox has turned out. There are others in it too - Alice Faye, Don…
For a long time, Edward G. Robinson wanted to do something lighter than eye-gouging racketeers and went to London for that purpose after getting an offer to appear in this picture. He wasn't so wrong…
Of all his stories, Mark Twain loved best The Prince and the Pauper. Produced with sincerity and lavishness, this film [from a dramatised version by Catherine C. Cushing] is a costume picture minus…
Transfer of the [Pearl S.] Buck novel from page to celluloid, with a stop-off via the stage [play by Owen and Donald Davis], is a tough adaptation job. The characters are 100% Chinese. In many scenes…
Shall We Dance, the seventh in the Astaire-Rogers series, is a standout because the script affords Astaire a legitimate excuse for a change of pace in his dancing, the comedy is solid, and this is…
Deanna Durbin is a bright, luminous star in her second picture, One Hundred Men and a Girl. Its originality rests on a firm and strong foundation, craftsmanship which has captured popular values from…
Man-Proof is a smartly produced, well-directed and excellently acted society comedy-drama [from a story by Fanny Heaslip Lea]. Action takes place in exclusive country homes, the art department of a…
A labored effort to keep this picture neutral on the subject of the Russian Revolution finally completely overshadows the simple love story intertwining Marlene Dietrich and Robert Donat.
By whatever standard posterity judges the acting career of Mae West, it never shall be said that she was dull. Every Day's a Holiday, written by herself, is a lively, innocuously bawdy and rowdy…
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Dawn of The Planet of The Apes3Daily:$2.5M Cumulative:$177.2M Fox 13.35%