High adventure and excitement are stamped all over this solid-core film about a group of seven Samurai warriors who save a little village from annihilation at the hands of a group of bandits in…
In making the transition from radio-TV to the big screen and color, this is spotty in entertainment results. As on TV quite a bit is made of the long, tedious toil of thorough police methods. This…
The combined writing talents of novelist H.E. Bates and scripter Eric Ambler produce a fine dramatic vehicle for Gregory Peck's second British-made film which is set in the Burmese jungle in the last…
Longshore labor scandals serve as the takeoff point for a flight into fictionalized violence concerning the terroristic rule of a dock union over its coarse and rough, but subdued, members.
In transferring Brigadoon, a click as a  Broadway musical play, to the screen, Metro has medium success. It's a fairly entertaining tunefilm of mixed appeal.
An exceptionally well-performed essay on an alcoholic song man, with Bing Crosby carrying on a bottle romance, Country Girl is a show business story that has depth and movement.
The audience meets some wretched characters on the railroad in this adaptation of the Emile Zola novel, The Human Beast. A French picturization of the work was done earlier with heavy accent on…
Vera Cruz, the first release in SuperScope, stresses mostly the violence and suspenseful action bred during Mexico's revolutionary period when the Juaristas were trying to free the country of the…
This is a happy, hand-clapping, foot-stomping country type of musical with all the slickness of a Broadway show. Johnny Mercer and Gene de Paul provide the slick, showy production with eight songs…
A topdraw British comedy, Doctor in the House is bright, diverting entertainment, intelligently scripted [from an adaptation of his own novel by Richard Gordon], and warmly played.