This just misses sock proportions. That's due to an anti-climactic development on the one hand, and a somewhat static character study of the Dixie vixen, on the other.
Screen's new Tarzan, Glenn Morris, and the swimmer, Eleanor Holm, romp, swim, run and swing through trees in another of Edgar Rice Burrough's fables about the kid's hero who grew up with the animals…
Par's talker remake of the Alfred Savoir farce [in the American version by Charlton Andrews], a thin piece basically, isn't given much more heft under the Lubitsch touch or with the celluloid…
Adapted from Myron Brinig's bestseller, this film has the sweep of a virtual cavalcade of early 20th-century American history. Plot starts out with three sisters, daughters of a small Montana town…
Picture, which concerns the activities of two government secret agents, has trapdoors, poison air guns, hidden passages, machine guns, carrier pigeons, bolo knives and a generous assortment of jungle…
Dawn Patrol sparkles because of vigorous performances of the entire cast and Edmund Goulding's sharp direction. Story [by John Monk Saunders] is reminiscent of previous yarns about the flying service…
An elaborate and liberally budgeted entertainment, the pictorial climax is the Chicago fire of 1871. This portion envisaging mob panic, desperate efforts to stop the fire by dynamiting, etc, is…
First of the series involving the Hardy family is You're Only Young Once.
Limpid direction makes this sequel to [The New Adventures of Tarzan, 1935, taken from a 12-episode serial] fall way short of even the limited possibilities of an independent production. Herman Brix…
Blockade is a film with a purpose - a plea against war. But it misses any claim to greatness because it pulls its punches.
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Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes3Daily:$5.3M Cumulative:$172.5M Fox -20.58%