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Review: 'Quentin Durward'

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This lively film version of Walter Scott's Quentin Durward finds knighthood again in bloom with enough dash and costumer derring-do to make fans of swashbucklers happy. Excellent photographic use of…

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Review: 'Prince of Players'

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Prince of Players is one of the handsomest and most perfectly composed CinemsScope productions to date. Produced by Philip Dunne, and also his first directing chore, pic tells a powerfully dramatic…

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Review: 'Pokolenie'

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This pic is one of the most incisive of all Polish director Andrzej Wajda's films, despite the fact it was made in 1954 when there was more central governmental control of screen productions in…

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Review: 'Picnic'

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This is a considerably enlarged Picnic, introducing new scope and style in flow of presentation without dissipating the mood and substance of the legiter by William Inge. The boards-to-screen…

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Review: 'Pete Kelly's Blues'

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Jazz addicts (usually highly opinionated) may have a special interest in the musical frame. Beyond this special-interest factor is a melodramatic story that catches the mood of the Prohibition era…

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  1. 1

    Guardians of the Galaxy

    Daily Gross:$1.5M

    Cume to08.27.14: $256.7M

    Guardians of the Galaxy

    1
    Daily:$1.5M Cumulative:$256.7M Disney -28.55%
  2. 2

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    Daily Gross:$1.1M

    Cume to08.27.14: $149.6M

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    2
    Daily:$1.1M Cumulative:$149.6M Paramount Pictures -34.60%
  3. 3

    If I Stay

    Daily Gross:$1.0M

    Cume to08.27.14: $19.5M

    If I Stay

    3
    Daily:$1.0M Cumulative:$19.5M Warner Brothers / New Line -32.20%

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Review: 'Oklahoma!'

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The innovating musical comedy magic that Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II first created when The Theatre Guild produced their Oklahoma! [in 1943] has been captured and, in some details…

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Review: 'Oh … Rosalinda!!'

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An opera converted to the screen inevitably loses much in transit, the result being, of necessity, half fantasty, half screen reality. In this instance, the story of Die Fled ermaus is brought…

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Review: 'Not As a Stranger'

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Producer Stanley Kramer, a man with a penchant for offbeat choices, took Morton Thompson's best-selling novel of a young doctor as the occasion of his own directorial debut.

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Review: 'My Sister Eileen'

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Scripters have turned out a simplified filmusical, in that the tunes and dances come naturally to situations and are not overly staged. Thus, the problems that befall two sisters from Ohio, who come…