Reviews

Charlie Chaplin
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Review: 'Modern Times'

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Charlie Chaplin, in anything, is b.o., and in "Modern Times," his first self-starring production in five years, it's box office with a capital B. The picture is grand fun and sound entertainment…

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Review: 'Strike Me Pink'

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Many and varied gags, majority of which land, combine with a set of good songs and individual performances to make this good entertainment. Picture doesn't look the cost of previous Cantor starrers…

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Review: 'Garden of Allah'

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Garden of Allah, sumptuously and impressively mounted by David O. Selznick, impresses in color production but is a pretty dull affair. It is optically arresting and betimes emotionally gripping but…

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Review: 'Rembrandt'

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An idealized film biography of the life of the famous painter. Story begins at the height of Rembrandt's fame, during his lifetime, and carries on to his solitary, poverty-stricken old age. Despite a…

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Review: 'Anything Goes'

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Cole Porter's lyrics, which were the essence and chief asset of the original [1934] stage Anything Goes, have been replaced by plot motion in this adaptation. Of the Porter poetical sleight-of-hand…

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Review: 'Limelight'

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The high spots of this picture are the graceful dancing in it and Arthur Tracey's fine voice. Anna Neagle is natural in the role of an ambitious chorus girl who dries up so completely when her big…

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