Scenario concerns an actual historical incident which has been found by the Soviet government in the czarist archives. In 1905 the armored cruiser Potemkin was lying off Odessa. The crew had been…
Transplanted to the screen, this book for a musical show is rather trashy chorus-girl stuff. It's not a good picture.
Tumbleweed s marks Bill Hart's return to the screen following his long lapse through a disagreement with Famous Players over policy. It's a welcome return. Bill Hart is seen here under a new banner…
D.W. Griffith is down to common picture making in this one. It is strange to witness a Griffith film directed by him in a straight manner.
The thread of fantasy in the theme is well planted by the director and the acting of Lon Chaney goes a long way toward making it bearable, but the theme itself is ponderous and advanced largely by…
Were it not for Conrad Veidt's masterly characterization, The Hands of Orlac [from the novel by Maurice Renard] would be an absurd fantasy in the old-time mystery-thriller class. As the musician who…
Here is the greatest western picture since The Covered Wagon and if anything it is as great, if not greater, than that western epic, at least from the standpoint of thrills. The credit for the wallop…
Mary Pickford is again a smudgy-faced gamin of the streets. She's dirty-hands, dirty-face and all that sort of thing. It is a New York story. A story of that New York which lies south of Fourteenth…
Patriotic, expensive, pretentious, verbose and just fair - that describes The Pony Express. In plot this concerns the machinations of Senator Glen of California, and his attempt to establish an…
This Buster Keaton feature length comedy is about as unfunny as a hospital operating room.
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