Paramount has a topnotch piece of comedy diversion in Here Comes the Groom. The incredibly swift 113 minutes are jampacked with the kind of fun that never lets up on the risibilities.
Team's stock double-takes and bewhiskered gags are still fulsome, but the hackneyed quips achieve a new gloss in this entry. Credit for the comics' renaissance goes primarily to the story that Hugh…
The plot is a variation of an old theme, but it comes out with a nice fresh coat of paint. A young research scientist invents a cloth that is everlasting and dirt resisting. The textile industry sees…
An excellent coating of intrigue and action against an Oriental background provides Peking Express with enough thriller melodramatics to satisfy action-minded audiences.
This goes back to 1840 and the Seminole War to spin an action-adventure tale grooved along conventional fiction lines. The stock setup was location-lensed in Florida.
Screenplay, based on a story by Harry Bates, tells of an invasion of the earth by a single spaceship from an unidentified planet in outer space. Ship has two occupants, an eight-foot robot, and an…
M is a remake of picture produced in Germany by Seymour Nebenzal in 1933. Principal change is its shift in locale, presumably to California.
Producer John Wayne and associate producer-director Budd Boetticher evidence a fondness for the Mexican scene through care in which they bring it accurately to the screen. Use of Robert Stack as an…
Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger follow up their sock Red Shoes ballet picture with as distinguished an opera-ballet film in Tales of Hoffman. The Jacques Offenbach fantasy opera has been…
Given a good basis for a thriller in the Patricia Highsmith novel [script adaption by Whitfield Cook] and a first-rate script, Hitchcock embroiders the plot into a gripping, palm-sweating piece of…