This is a workmanlike job. Previous Saint pix, with George Sanders in his standard role, were made in Hollywood.
This is an exquisitely played, deeply moving comedy-drama. It is a happy combination of young love, sharp cleancut humor and tear-jerker. David O. Selznick's production leaves no sagging at the seams.
The Marx Bros. revert to the rousing physical comedy and staccato gag dialog of their earlier pictures in At the Circus.
The Hound of the Baskervilles retains all of the suspensefully dramatic ingredients of Conan Doyle's popular adventure of Sherlock Holmes. It's a startling mystery-chiller developed along logical…
Author Robert Sherwood, in preparing his own screenplay, deftly added an entertaining prolog establishing the early meeting and a one-night affair between Clark Gable and Norma Shearer in Omaha as…
Hal Roach introduces Oliver Hardy in straight comedy. Teamed with Harry Langdon - drafted to replace Stan Laurel - Hardy gives out with a minimum of slapstick antics and knockabout stunts. A few of…
Of the three co-stars this is Al Jolson's picture. But it's not much of a filmusical. It's primarily a story deficiency. Nunnally Johnson did the screenplay and production, although original by John…
Destry Rides Again is anything but a super-western. It's just plain, good entertainment [from an original story by Felix Jackson suggested by Max Brand's novel], primed with action and laughs and…
Blackmail starts and finishes with spectacular oil well fires. In between there's some lusty and actionful melodrama, with moderate tincture of a wife's loyalty and sacrifice. Picture is a good…
La Regle du Jeu is one of those controversial pix bound to elicit much comment but definitely lacking in marquee strength. It's advertised as a comic film 'called upon to open new horizons for the…