Bright script and brisk direction conceal the stage origin [from the play by John Dighton]. The story is given a wider canvas and isn't wanting in action. In fact, the pace never lets up and one…
The film recaptures all the essential details of Odette's adventures as a secret agent in France during the last war.
Convict; Editor isn't quite as grim a prison film as the title would indicate. It has several off-beat twists to its development, keeping it from being routine.
Union Station [from a story by Thomas Walsh] is a melodrama that locales its thrills in a big city railway terminal and spins off a tale of kidnapping.
Norman Krasna, as writer-director-producer, does a good job. Film gets a little too cute at times, and has a few dull stretches, but neither happens often enough to be serious.
Pic is an avant-garde treatment of an enticing psychological subject. Treatment is unorthodox, full of symbolism, and deals with the strange inner world of a strongly attached brother and sister…
20th-Fox has made an interesting, if somewhat long, film version of Ira Wolfert's [novel] American Guerrilla in thephilippines. A story of the Second World War in the Pacific, from the spring of 1942…
The rise and fall of a backwoods political messiah, and the mark, he left on the American scene, is given graphic celluloid treatment in "All the King's Men." It is a picture to stir talk and…
This is a full-blooded, absorbing story adapted from book by Graham Greene, which reflects credit on all concerned. With international quartet of stars it should draw anywhere, and its appeal in the…
"Le Silence de la Mer" was one of the most famous books written during the occupation of France. Written by Vercors, it was printed and distributed by the underground. While the book was a beautiful…