The essence of film fare is obviously to entertain. This one doesn't. It can't, when the fundamentals are as meretricious as unwind in these hokey 96 minutes.
Three Strangers carries a rather complicated episodic plot, depending mostly on the fine cast performances to carry it.
Production is well-stacked with solid values in every department except for the screenplay, which falls short in its attempt to stretch an unsubstantial story line over so long a running time.
The familiar western formula reaches its highest commercialization in Duel in Sun. It is raw, sex-laden, western pulp fiction, told in 10-20-30 style. The star lineup is impressive. Vastness of the…
Hal Wallis has produced a fine film from Lillian Hellman's Broadway success, presenting a searching indictment of the once weak-willed liberal, and appeasement policy of the US.
Production and directorial skill of Alfred Hitchcock combine with a suspenseful story and excellent performances to make Notorious force entertainment.
Cinderella Jones has a musical slant, picture going almost musical comedy on several occasions, but doesn't actually need these touches.
The Dark Mirror runs the full gamut of themes currently in vogue at the box office - from psychiatry to romance back again to the double identity gimmick and murder mystery. But, despite the…
This film is a solid package of chuckle material. With Allyn Joslyn on the celluloid for the full running time, film is a fast mix of gay situations and bright gags with no letdown at any point.
Story [from a novel by Karel J. Benes] unfolds leisurely in telling of a sister who assumes her twin's identity in order to find love.