Appraising Presley as an actor, he ain't. Not that it makes much difference. There are four songs, and lotsa Presley wriggles thrown in for good measure.
This multiple-murder story is an offbeat sort of film, with Robert Wagner portraying a calculating youth who intends to allow nothing to stand in his way to money. The screenplay is from a novel by…
Costumed swashbucklers undergo a happy spoofing in The Court Jester with Danny Kaye heading the fun-poking. Norman Panama and Melvin Frank drag in virtually every time-honored, and timeworn, medieval…
This exploitation programmer does a satisfactory job of entertaining in the science-fiction class. The technical effects created by Ray Harryhausen come off excellently in the Charles H. Schneer…
A rugged frontier drama of the early west, played off against the scenically striking Colorado Rockies, Tribute to a Bad Man is a sight to behold, using the location sites for full visual worth…
This is the story of a youngster regarded by fellow students as 'not regular' (i.e. not manly). The spotlight is on clearly implied homosexuality.
Defeat of the Graf Spee was the first major naval victory for Britain in the last big war. Apart from the strategy involved, it was also an exercise in subterfuge and diplomacy. All these points are…
With Alfred Hitchcock pulling the suspense strings, The Man Who Knew Too Much is a good thriller. Hitchcock backstops his mystery in the colorful locales of Marrakesh in French Morocco and in London…
Max Ophuls brought his three-version film (English, French and German) in for a whopping negative cost of $2 million. It is a lush color vehicle, relating the life story of a 19th-century courtesan.
Story is based on a book [by Max Catto] but records actual events.