Kronos is a well-made, moderate budget science-fictioner which boasts quality special effects that would do credit to a much higher-budgeted film.
Aside from the fact that this is an upper-drawer western, 3:10 to Yuma will strike many for its resemblance to High Noon. That the climax fizzles must be laid on doorstep of Halsted Welles, who…
Nicholas Monsarrat's poignant best-selling novel has been shaped into a glossy, highly effective screenplay, with David Miller's direction affording his powerful cast every opportunity for an all-out…
Yankee-hatting Southerner goes west after the Civil War to join the Sioux in their uprising against the US. Slow in takeoff, action becomes pretty rough at times.
Samuel Fuller in triple capacity of producer-scripter-director has devised a solid piece of entertainment which has femme star Barbara Stanwyck playing a ruthless Arizona ranch owner, the boss of…
The Joker is Wild purports to be the case history of a Prohibition era entertainer who lived through a savage attack by mobsters; loved and lost a pretty, rich girl; married a dancer whom he…
Updated version of My Man Godfrey is a pretty well turned out comedy with June Allyson and David Niven recreating the original Carole Lombard-William Powell star roles. Ross Hunter's production of…
Shot in Greece's Aegean Sea and environs, with the interiors filmed in Rome's Cinecitta Studios, Boy on a Dolphin [from the novel by David Divine] develops into a 'chase' that is a pleasant blend of…
Top grade performances, some unusual film sequences and expert production highlight Wild Is the Wind, a story of earthy passion.
Staged many times since its original production in London in 1902, and filmed in the silent days  as Male and Female, this [J.M. Barrie] story of a butler who becomes master on a desert island…