"The Zen of Bennett" captures octogenarian crooner Tony in the studio recording last year's "Duets II" with a lineup of (mostly) much younger music stars.
A winning, handsomely crafted story with a charismatic lead guaranteed to charm international auds.
Despite enough good intentions to pave a four-lane highway, the ardently sincere but dramatically unfocused "For Greater Glory" plays like a multipart miniseries that has been hacked down to feature…
A swoony, ill-digested amalgam of Christian symbols, guilt-ridden flashbacks and sadistic shower-stall attacks.
"Vertigo" is prime though uneven Hitchcock and with the potent marquee combination of James Stewart and Kim Novak should prove to be a highly profitable enterprise at the boxoffice. Stewart, on…
Big-time western drama has resulted from John Wayne's first production effort. Angel and the Badman is solid entertainment way above what might be expected from its western locale and characters…
"Intolerance" reflects much credit to the wizard director, for it required no small amount of genuine art to consistently blend actors, horses, monkeys, geese, doves, acrobats and ballets into a…
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