Bottoms Up is tiptop. It's good cinematic fare from every angle, particularly the elements of comedy and plot, of which aspects most filmusicals are singularly devoid
It's pretty dangerous to put an old classic as popular as this Robert Louis Stevenson yarn on the screen. It is hard to imagine anyone else in the Long John Silver role than Wallace Beery. It is hard…
Douglas Fairbanks' prime portrayal is as the antiquated knight who is finally disillusioned as the arch-heartbreaker when he must bow to his years and recognize that his amorous porch-climbing career…
All through the picture there's charm, romance, gaiety and eclat. There's a dash of Continental spice in the situation of the professional male co-respondent who is to expedite Ginger Rogers' divorce.
Announced as an original, this appears to be a blowup of a two-reel comedy, We Faw Down, in which the team was seen three or four years earlier. In the original the comedians used a visit to a…
Men is a keenly sensitive translation of the [Sidney Kingsley] stage version to the screen. The story is familiar - the surgeon who gives his best energy to his profession and thus irritates the…
Difficult, beforehand, to reconcile the idea of Irvin Cobb's Judge Priest with Will Rogers. Cobb's long series of stories have suggested another type; portly, slightly pompous on occasion and…
The adventures of the quartet who are lost in the Malayan jungle are episodic and disjointed, running the gamut from stark tragedy to unbelievable farce [from a novel by E. Arnot Robertson].
Heavier on the comedy but lighter on the story than WB's predecessors. There are five song numbers and all amazingly well done. Busby Berkeley pyramids attention in spectacular manner, at times…
Mae West's opera, Belle of the Nineties, is as ten-twent-thirt as its mauve decade time and locale. The melodramatics are put on a bit thick, including the arch-villain who is an arch-renegade, a…
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