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Review: 'Pardon My Past'

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Pardon My Past is a topnotch comedy [from a story by Patterson McNutt and Harlan Ware] packing plenty of fun for all types of audiences. It's a comedy of mistaken identity and frustration. Fred…

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Review: 'Objective, Burma!'

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Yarn [from an original story by Alvah Bessie] deals with a paratroop contingent dropped behind the Japanese lines in Burma to destroy a radar station. The chutists achieve their objective but while…

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Review: 'Murder, He Says'

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This one tosses logic out the window and devotes itself to broad slapstick. Laughs clock heavily and pace moves so swiftly audiences won't have a chance to discover it is a lot of to-do about nothing.

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Review: 'Molly and Me'

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Inauspicious title cloaks a pleasant comedy-drama. It is neatly studded with belly-laugh material as well as effective bits of pathos. Above all, it holds an excellent all-round cast topped by Gracie…

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    Lucy

    Daily Gross:$3.7M

    Cume to07.30.14: $58.1M

    Lucy

    1
    Daily:$3.7M Cumulative:$58.1M Universal Pictures -31.20%
  2. 2

    Hercules

    Daily Gross:$2.6M

    Cume to07.30.14: $39.5M

    Hercules

    2
    Daily:$2.6M Cumulative:$39.5M Paramount Pictures -30.84%
  3. 3

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    Daily Gross:$1.8M

    Cume to07.30.14: $179.0M

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    3
    Daily:$1.8M Cumulative:$179.0M Fox -26.35%

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Review: 'Ministry of Fear'

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Fritz Lang, a master at getting the most out of mystery, intrigue and melodrama, in his direction apparently didn't have his way from beginning to end on Ministry of Fear. Pic [from the novel by…

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Review: 'Mildred Pierce'

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At first reading James M. Cain's novel of the same title might not suggest screenable material, but the cleanup job has resulted in a class feature, showmanly produced by Jerry Wald and tellingly…

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Review: 'Leave Her to Heaven'

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Sumptuous Technicolor mounting and a highly exploitable story lend considerable importance to Leave Her to Heaven that it might not have had otherwise. Script based on Ben Ames Williams' bestseller…

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Review: 'Lady on a Train'

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Lady on a Train is a mystery comedy containing plenty of fun for both whodunnit and laugh fans. Melodramatic elements in the Leslie Charteris original are flippantly treated without minimizing…