Made in Mexico with Hollywood leads and native extras, The Fugitive tells how the government of one of the Mexican states, in a ruthless drive to stamp out religion, hunts down the last remaining…
So you don't believe in Santa Claus? If you want to stay a non-believer don't see Miracle.
Based on Samuel Shellaberger's 1945 best-selling historical novel, the cinema adaptation hews closely to the structure of the book, capturing the vast sweep of its story and adding to it an…
Film is more mood than meaning. On the surface, it is a confusion of logic, a narrative drawn with invisible lines around characters without motivation in a plot only shadowily defined. But beneath…
Socko escapist film fare, Suddenly It's Spring starts from foundation of a topnotch script, and has been aptly cast and directed.
Heaven Only Knows is an amusing fantasy done in an almost straight manner to give it credence. There are no astonishing miracles of heavenly power, no fantastic harps and wings to stretch the…
Betty Hutton is tiptop in the title role, giving distinction to antics of early day picture-making and four bright tunes [by Frank Loesser]. It's a funfest for the actress and she makes the most of…
Accent in this film [based on the novel by F.L. Green] is on art with a capital A. Carol Reed has made his film with deliberation and care, and has achieved splendid teamwork from every member of the…
This entry in RKO's 'Dick Tracy' series draws on gruesome character of The Claw as menacing opponent of the pen-and-ink detective. Thrills are backed up with good budget production values.
The Foxes of Harrow is an elaborate filmization of Frank Yerby's novel. Invested with the polished direction of John M. Stahl, it builds into a powerful drama of an adventurer's rise to fame and…