While it wears the title and bears several of the songs, Funny Face's relationship to the Broadway musical [of 1927] stops right there. With a different book and new, added tunes, this is a lightly…
Discovery by Admiral Byrd's 1947 South Pole expedition of a mysterious warm-water area in the center of ice-packed Antarctica serves as a basis for this imaginative science fictioner [from a story by…
This taut, well-made and sometimes fascinating western is the first use of Technicolor's new widescreen, anamorphic process, Technirama. Borden Chase has fashioned a script around two brothers…
The three stars in Private's Progress are reunited in this Roy Boulting comedy. This time it's making fun of the law, doing full justice to a laugh-loaded script.
In converting the stageplay Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? to his purposes, Frank Tashlin turns out a vastly amusing comedy. Picture bears comparatively little resemblance to the George Axelrod…
The title tips that the comedy will come from the international institution of giving the groom-to-be his last fling as a single man. The script [from Paddy Chayefsky's own TV play] gets it all in…
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.