Director Roberto Rossellini purportedly denied responsibility for the film, claiming the American version was cut by RKO beyond recognition. Cut or not cut, the film reflects no credit on him. Given…
House by the River is a fair mystery which lacks sufficient plot twists and suspense.
Fancy Pants is a bright, bouncy farce with never a serious moment, played in broadest slapstick by Bob Hope, Lucille Ball and a fine cast of comedy characters.
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…
In Jean Cocteau's last film the eagle had two heads. In this one the hero has two parents, and they're both very nasty people. Cocteau has taken his play and put it on film with little change in plot…
The Lady Gambles is an entry in the psychiatric sweepstakes - this time of a gal who becomes a gambling addict because of a guilt complex.
My Foolish Heart ranks among the better romantic films.
In attempting to sketch a portrait of a bigtime casino operator, screenwriter Richard Brooks has jammed the yarn [based on a novel by Edward Harris Heth] with too many subordinate characterizations…