From almost any standpoint, The Painted Veil is a bad picture. It's clumsy, dull and long-winded. It's mostly the fault of the scripters. Yarn is so confused in the telling as to be almost hopeless…
Jimmy the Gent is good fun. James Cagney pops Allen Jenkins, his dumb cluck stooge, every time he gets sore. It's expert, thorough-going, typically Cagney manhandling. And good for plenty of laughs.
Story is confused and confusing, and while with the aid of heavily-shadowed lighting and mausoleum-like architecture, a certain eeriness has been achieved, it's all a poor imitation of things seen…
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Fashions of 1934 may be a bit far-fetched and inconsistent, being predicated on a false premise, but it has color, flash, dash, class, girls and plenty of clothes.
John Barrymore, who stars, is quoted as saying, 'I've never done anything I like as well . . . a role that comes once in an actor's lifetime.' It's Barrymore's picture, no doubt of that, with…
Herein they mix up the elements of a musical show and a murder mystery, with effective comedy to flavor, and come out with 95 minutes of entertainment [based on the play by Earl Carroll and Rufus…
Bottoms Up is tiptop. It's good cinematic fare from every angle, particularly the elements of comedy and plot, of which aspects most filmusicals are singularly devoid
Made to order for W. C. Fields and permitting him to do his old cigar-box juggling among other things, The Old Fashioned Way is light comedy material that will please the Fields followers.
It's a spectacle of no small proportions, the saga of Jew Josef Suss-Oppenheimer, who ruthlessly achieves the economic power which permits him, a truly sensitive alumnus of the ghetto, to mingle with…
The Barretts of Wimpole Street is an artistic cinematic translation of the Katherine Cornell stage success [by Rudolf Besier].