"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…