Walt Disney has gone a long way towards tightening the leisurely, haphazard adventure of Alice in the wonderland of her imagination. He has dropped some characters and sequences in the interest of a…
Broderick Crawford is fine as a cop who poses as a hood to overthrow racketeers who've been shaking down dock workers on the waterfront. Fist fights, gunfire and some salty dialog and sexy interludes…
Quo Vadis is a super-spectacle in all its meaning. That there are shortcomings [in this fourth version of the tale] even Metro must have recognized and ignored in consideration of the project's…
Story [suggested by a novel by John Brophy] revolves around a platoon left behind temporarily to fight a rearguard action for a retreating regiment in Korea.
Stress is on realism in this war action-thriller kudoing the exploits of Underwater Demolition Teams that served so effectively in the last world war. Location use of installations at Norfolk and in…
My Favorite Spy is in the same general pattern of other Bob Hope My Favorite films, scattering chuckles through the footage, with an occasional howler. Ably partnering is Hedy Lamarr, lending herself…
Despite a novel approach to a melodramatic theme, Circle of Danger is too slowly paced to build much suspense. Philip MacDonald's original screenplay takes Ray Milland on a veritable Cook's tour of…
England's classic story of public school life is acted with great sincerity by a name cast, but script and direction go all out to emphasize the obvious emotional tear-jerker angles.
Yarn [from a story by James Warner Bellah and Willis Goldbeck] is tailor-made for the burly Burt Lancaster. Cast as a Foreign Legion sergeant, he picks up a tip while in jail that the Riffs plan an…
Background of New York's garment- manufacturing sector provides the setting for this adult drama [adapted by Vera Caspary from Jerome Weidman's novel].