The familiar western formula reaches its highest commercialization in Duel in Sun. It is raw, sex-laden, western pulp fiction, told in 10-20-30 style. The star lineup is impressive. Vastness of the…
With the emphasis on a woman's struggle within herself over the ethics of behavior following her husband's death, this WB dramatization of the Clare Jaynes novel Instruct My Sorrows is okay.
Three Strangers carries a rather complicated episodic plot, depending mostly on the fine cast performances to carry it.
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Tarzan is growing old. After all these years of swinging through the trees and giving out with an occasional blood-curdling yell to thrill the kids in the front row, he's finally showing signs of…
Individual performances are expert, with a few standouts, in miming the situations in the script by Keith Winter, but it fails to stir more than a modest response. Script, taken from an original…
Production cost ran to about $2 million and every cent of it is evident on the screen. The color, the sets, the expanse and the imaginative quality of the filming are unexcelled. Henry V as a…
Hal Wallis has produced a fine film from Lillian Hellman's Broadway success, presenting a searching indictment of the once weak-willed liberal, and appeasement policy of the US.
Nocturne is a detective thriller with action and suspense plentiful and hard-bitten mood of story sustained by Edwin L. Marin's direction. There's some confusion towards windup in pulling all threads…
Socko adult drama. Anna and the King of Siam is a rather faithful screen adaptation of Margaret Landon's biography, intelligently handled to spellbind despite its long footage.
The Dark Mirror runs the full gamut of themes currently in vogue at the box office - from psychiatry to romance back again to the double identity gimmick and murder mystery. But, despite the…