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Review: 'The Spirit of St. Louis'

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Although lacking the elaborate production trappings that would automatically mirror a multi-million dollar budget, an extensive shooting schedule and painstaking care went into this picture. It's…

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Review: 'The Spanish Gardener'

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A.J. Cronin's novel of a minor diplomat with considerable academic qualifications, but without human understanding, translates into absorbing screen entertainment. It is a leisurely told story with…

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Review: 'The Smallest Show on Earth'

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William Rose, who scripted Genevieve, has fashioned a shrewd and bright comedy around the exhibition side of motion pictures. The centre of interest is a small, derelict picture house inherited by a…

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Review: 'The Scamp'

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Based on Charlotte Hastings' play Uncertain Joy, this emerges as a run-of-mill domestic drama. It has a touch too much of sentimentality and many situations are implausible.

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Review: 'The Prince and the Showgirl'

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This first indie production of Marilyn Monroe's company is a generally pleasant comedy, but the pace is leisurely. Filmed in London with a predominantly British cast, the film is not a cliche…

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  1. 1

    Guardians of the Galaxy

    Weekend Gross:$17.6M

    Guardians of the Galaxy

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    Weekend:$17.6M Disney
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    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    Weekend Gross:$16.8M

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

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    Weekend:$16.8M Paramount Pictures
  3. 3

    If I Stay

    Weekend Gross:$16.4M

    If I Stay

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    Weekend:$16.4M Warner Brothers / New Line

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Review: 'The Pride and the Passion'

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This is Stanley Kramer's powerful production of C.S. Forester's sweeping novel, The Gun, about the Spanish 'citizens' army' that went to battle against the conquering legions of the French in 1810…

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Review: 'The Pajama Game'

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The inherent mobility and fluidity of Pajama Game as a stage property was such that this almost faithful transmutation into celluloid required little physical enhancement [of the Richard Adler-Jerry…

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Review: 'The Naked Eye'

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The Naked Eye is aptly subtitled a film about the fun and art of photography. Millions of shutterbugs also will find it an engrossing 71 minutes of what can be done with photography, both from the…

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Review: 'The Little Hut'

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Sex is incessantly hinted at in this saucy triangle [from Andre Roussin's play and Nancy Mitford's English stage adaptation] which keeps husband and wife intact for the moral code. It all takes place…

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Review: 'The Land Unknown'

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Discovery by Admiral Byrd's 1947 South Pole expedition of a mysterious warm-water area in the center of ice-packed Antarctica serves as a basis for this imaginative science fictioner [from a story by…