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Review: 'Night Passage'

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This taut, well-made and sometimes fascinating western is the first use of Technicolor's new widescreen, anamorphic process, Technirama. Borden Chase has fashioned a script around two brothers…

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Review: 'My Man Godfrey'

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Updated version of My Man Godfrey is a pretty well turned out comedy with June Allyson and David Niven recreating the original Carole Lombard-William Powell star roles. Ross Hunter's production of…

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Review: 'Miracle in Soho'

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A rather slow moving sentimental yarn has been woven around the polyglot population in central London's Soho. It is a simple story that lacks punch and gives the impression that more could have been…

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Review: 'Man on Fire'

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As a doting father embroiled in a harsh custody battle with his ex-wife, Bing Crosby gives an appealing and sensitive performance. Character of Earl Carleton, a successful businessman embittered by a…

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Review: 'Man of a Thousand Faces'

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The title stems from the billing given the late Universal, later Metro, star, Lon Chaney by an alert publicity man. The screenplay, based on a story by Ralph Wheelwright, is mainly concerned with…

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  1. 1

    Guardians of the Galaxy

    Daily Gross:$1.6M

    Cume to08.28.14: $258.3M

    Guardians of the Galaxy

    1
    Daily:$1.6M Cumulative:$258.3M Disney 3.68%
  2. 2

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    Daily Gross:$1.1M

    Cume to08.28.14: $150.7M

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    2
    Daily:$1.1M Cumulative:$150.7M Paramount Pictures -0.62%
  3. 3

    If I Stay

    Daily Gross:$1.0M

    Cume to08.28.14: $20.6M

    If I Stay

    3
    Daily:$1.0M Cumulative:$20.6M Warner Brothers / New Line -0.71%

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Review: 'Lucky Jim'

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Kingsley Amis' novel has been built up into a farcical comedy which, though slim enough in idea, provides plenty of opportunity for smiles, giggles and belly laughs. John Boulting directs with a…

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Review: 'Loving You'

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Elvis Presley's second screen appearance is a simple story, in which he can be believed, which has romantic overtones and exposes the singer to the kind of thing he does best, i.e. shout out his…

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Review: 'Love in the Afternoon'

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Title-wise, Love in the Afternoon is fitting, being far more communicative of the film's content than the original [Claude Anet novel] Ariane. It is all about romance before nightfall, in Paris, with…

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Review: 'Letyat Zhuravli'

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For the Russians the film is a stride forward, with no propaganda and evoking a moving tale of a tender love affair shattered by the war. Its bravura is sometimes too flashy, but the sensitivity of…

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Review: 'Les Girls'

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Les Girls is an exceptionally tasty musical morsel that is in the best tradition of the Metro studio. It's an original and zestful entry that would have been greeted with critical handsprings if it…