Extended operations of the Gestapo are displayed in this film version of Geoffrey Household's novel, Rogue Male.
Kipps has little of the accepted film style. Paucity of dramatics and action is obvious to point of occasional ennui; yet, withal, there's a certain piquant freshness in the plain tale of an…
Here is a film, if ever there was one, that is best indicative of one player's superlative performance. The player, Robert Newton, disregards tradition and enacts the featured male role without…
Design for Scandal is a lightly-concocted romantic farce, with familiar story undercurrent refreshed by expert deliveries in the acting, direction and dialog departments.
Picture is a combo of slick scripting, fast-paced direction and excellent performances. Richard Flournoy provides plenty of laugh embellishment to the original story by Horace Jackson and Grant…
In essence, Underground is merely another violent attack on the barbarism of Nazism, with elements of the chase, minor romance and a gleam of hope at the finale. It has the urgency of an overpowering…
The Wagons Roll At Night is a fast-moving meller. Background is supplied by a traveling carnival operated by the tough and calloused Humphrey Bogart who succeeds in evading successive sheriffs to…
The Feminine Touch is important through showcasing Rosalind Russell as one of the top film comediennes. She handles the sophisticated material equally as well as the frequent excursions into…
Alexander Korda dips into the files of British history for this biographical drama of Lady Hamilton and her amorous affair with naval hero Lord Nelson.
This rates high among the average run of B mellers. It's an evidence of Warners' crime-and-punishment actioners working at an all-out peak. Everything in it has been seen before - particularly the…