Once in a long while the formula picture factories in Hollywood turn out a glamorous gem such as this [from a story by Dana Burnet], stirring, finely drawn, and so beautifully presented that the…
Good laugh picture with Buster Keaton. The same old stencil about a boob that does everything wrong and cashes in finally through sheer accident.
Well done, but over-long. It's a love complication with the young man falling for his fiancee's mother, the leading lady of the Moulin Rouge revue.
A good story, plus good direction, plus a great cast and minus dumb supervision, is responsible for another great underworld film.
There isn't a newspaperman anywhere who won't enjoy this picture. Whether it's a slap or burlesque on a tabloid daily's methods, or a sort of satirical dreamland idea of bringing a boob into the…
The story (from the play by Jane Cowl and Jane Murfin, adapted by Willis Goldbeck) has elements recalling Wings in the air and Seventh Heaven in the closing scenes of the romantic portion. The…
Barry Conners' stage play has been converted with liberal licenses into a dandy laugh picture. Marion Davies does some really great comedy work.
Janet Gaynor is in the title role of Street Angel [from the play by Monckton Hoffe] and plays it all of the while, though none of the characters draws real sympathy. With the scene set in Italy and…
This picture got pretty billing in Warners describing it as 'The first 100 per cent all-talking picture'. Every character speaks, more or less. But it's not an expensively made picture in appearance…
Many elements combine to give The Patriot a valid claim to greatness. The magnificent performance of Emil Jannings as the mad Czar Paul alone. Besides Jannings the production has a whole array of…
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