Desire is the first Marlene Dietrich and Gary Cooper picture since Morocco (1930). The two stars work unusually well as a pair.
An entertaining Dick Powell-Ruby Keeler musical romance which has greater cast than story or production strength. In addition to the top pair, cast includes Jack Oakie and Joan Blondell, working…
Chan's interminable saga gets a shot in the arm which effectively dispels any monotony. It is the creation of a co-feature role, with Boris Karloff to play it.
This last of Marcel Pagnol's trilogy which started with Marius and continued with Fanny could be cut by almost half without damaging it to any extent.
This is a fast, smooth-working action picture. Story formula is along usual lines, with news events liberally sprinkled throughout. Martin Mooney, a New York reporter who got himself some front-page…
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Born to Dance is corking entertainment, more nearly approaching the revue type than most musical films, despite the presence of a 'book'. Cast is youthful, sight stuff is lavish, the specialties are…
Beloved Enemy is a Hollywood version of how peace was restored betwen the British and Irish in 1921. The three collaborators of Beloved Enemy have dealt with fictional principals. They have conceived…
Cole Porter's lyrics, which were the essence and chief asset of the original  stage Anything Goes, have been replaced by plot motion in this adaptation. Of the Porter poetical sleight-of-hand…
In transmuting the Hervey Allen bestseller to the screen the producers were faced with the unusual problem of too much material. They have maneuvered a straightforward and comparatively logical…
First thing everyone will want to know about this one is whether it is as good as The Thin Man, and the answer is that it is - and it isn't. It has the same stars, William Powell and Myrna Loy; the…