Hailed as the greatest British film yet produced, this picture merited unusual attention for many reasons. It was the first offer from Elstree after the studios were taken over and reorganized by…
Plenty of hoke in this Mary Pickford [based on a novel by Kathleen Norris]. It's the old tear-behind-the-smile, clean, wholesome, family type of fun.
Helen [based on the novel by John Erskine] is all comedy. Satirizing ancient myth in general and Helen's affairs particularly, the titles are topical, while the music is mainly based on pop dance…
The long-awaited film for which UFA has been beating the gong for the last year. It is said to have cost 7 million marks (about $1.68 million), and the picture looks it. From a photographic and…
In this one there is a free-for-all stage coach race that comes near rivaling the famous chariot race in Ben-Hur. It is replete with thrills and spills.
What is there to tell about the Tolstoy story Anna Karenina? Its locale is Russia in the time of the Czars. Anna (Greta Garbo) has a husband and a young son; Vronsky (John Gilbert), a military…
Tremendous is The King of Kings - tremendous in its lesson, in the daring of its picturization for a commercial theatre and tremendous in its biggest scene, the Crucifixion of Christ.
A bit of a let down for Harry Langdon. It hasn't the popular laughing quality of his other full-length productions, principally because the sympathetic element is over-developed at the expense of the…
Harold Lloyd has clicked again with The Kid Brother, about as gaggy a gag picture as he has ever done. It is just a series of gags, one following the other, some funny and others funnier.
It is one of those pretty little Cinderella stories where the poor shop girl marries the wealthy owner of the big department store in which she works. Elinor Glyn makes her debut as a picture actress.
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Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
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