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Review: 'We Live Again'

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We Live Again is a fine, artistic production which further impresses Anna Sten as a celluloid satellite, vividly displaying her histrionic talents, with Fredric March equally effective. It is…

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Review: 'You're Telling Me'

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The kind of comedy that Chaplin used to do in two reels, but stretched out to run an even six. Thanks chiefly to J. P. McEvoy's dialog and the sustained pantomiming of W. C. Fields, it's a passable…

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Review: 'What Every Woman Knows'

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The theme is by no means new, but the idea is ever popular. Paramount first presented it as a silent back in 1921. In 1926 Helen Hayes and Kenneth MacKenna made a season of the same James M. Barrie…

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Review: 'We're Not Dressing'

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We're Not Dressing in plot is an unofficial remake of Par's Male and Female (nee James Barrie's The Admirable Crichton). Where it's light and familiar on the story it's heavy on sturdy croonology by…

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Review: 'Twentieth Century'

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John Barrymore, who stars, is quoted as saying, 'I've never done anything I like as well . . . a role that comes once in an actor's lifetime.' It's Barrymore's picture, no doubt of that, with…

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  1. 1

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    Daily Gross:$5.1M

    Cume to07.22.14: $148.5M

    Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

    1
    Daily:$5.1M Cumulative:$148.5M Fox 20.68%
  2. 2

    The Purge: Anarchy

    Daily Gross:$3.6M

    Cume to07.22.14: $36.7M

    The Purge: Anarchy

    2
    Daily:$3.6M Cumulative:$36.7M Universal Pictures 7.18%
  3. 3

    Planes: Fire and Rescue

    Daily Gross:$2.3M

    Cume to07.22.14: $21.7M

    Planes: Fire and Rescue

    3
    Daily:$2.3M Cumulative:$21.7M Disney 25.48%

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Review: 'Treasure Island'

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It's pretty dangerous to put an old classic as popular as this Robert Louis Stevenson yarn on the screen. It is hard to imagine anyone else in the Long John Silver role than Wallace Beery. It is hard…

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Review: 'The World Moves On'

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A pacifist tale concluding with a religious aspect. More frail as to story than the message which it carries, The World Moves On is a big production with an imposing cast, some of whom do little more…

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Review: 'The White Parade'

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The White Parade is a woman's picture, but also for general appeal. The stern curriculum which goes towards the moulding of the 'white parade', the present-day Florence Nightingales who are dedicated…

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Review: 'The Unfinished Symphony'

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A thing of arresting beauty in pictorial and musical conception, The Unfinished Symphony should garner attention from the musically appreciative. Particularly those for whom the melodies of Franz…

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Review: 'The Thin Man'

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The Thin Man was an entertaining novel, and now it's an entertaining picture. In the Dashiell Hammett original there was considerable material not suited by nature to pictures. That this has been cut…