Story is confused and confusing, and while with the aid of heavily-shadowed lighting and mausoleum-like architecture, a certain eeriness has been achieved, it's all a poor imitation of things seen…
Basically, it's an obvious and familiar theme [from the novel by W. Somerset Maugham]. The unrequited love of the art-medical student, inhibited and club-footed to the degree that he stumbles…
Madame Dubarry is a Hollywood idea of Versailles. Under William Dieterle's directorial aegis, the decadent court of Louis XV becomes even more so in its broad well-nigh travesty version of the…
Here Comes the Navy is a saga of the US fleet. It's light on story, and because of that it borders on being an elaborate newsreel, i.e. the inner workings of the gobs at maneuvers and navy life, from…
Fashions of 1934 may be a bit far-fetched and inconsistent, being predicated on a false premise, but it has color, flash, dash, class, girls and plenty of clothes.
As mystery stories go this is well above average. The most conspicuous item about London is that, although it is not by the creator of the Chan series, the tempo is so well imitated by scenarist…
We Live Again is a fine, artistic production which further impresses Anna Sten as a celluloid satellite, vividly displaying her histrionic talents, with Fredric March equally effective. It is…
An intriguing adaptation of a noted novel, the English-made Pimpernel is distinguished by a splendid cast and productional mounting that rates with Hollywood's best.
Not a woman in the cast and substantially little as to story, but under the weight of suspense, dialog and competency of direction Lost Patrol tips the scales favorably as entertainment.
The Barretts of Wimpole Street is an artistic cinematic translation of the Katherine Cornell stage success [by Rudolf Besier].
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America: The Winter Soldier1Weekend:$26.6M Disney
Rio 22Weekend:$22.5M Fox
Heaven is for Real
Heaven is for Real3Weekend:$21.5M Sony / TriStar