John Simes, a longtime Hollywood agency and studio publicist whose clients over the years included Debbie Reynolds, Rosemary Clooney, the Harlem Globetrotters, Dustin Hoffman, Sammy Davis Jr. and…
The superstars of the 65-and-over set are wandering down unexpected paths these days in a determination to keep their creative lives (and income streams) aloft.
Director Taylor Hackford has fashioned the 50-year-old Parker franchise into a neat-fitting outfit for Jason Statham.
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Justin Britt-Gibson is obsessed with tough guys, the cynical, obsessive, hard-living, hair-trigger types found in the fiction of the Donald Westlake and Mickey Spillane and movies like 1971's "The…
Warner Bros. will announce this week a Hollywood-style charity gala in the nation's capital to honor the memory of late thesp Lee Marvin and his service in the Marine Corps during World War II.
Monte Walsh is a listless, wandering story of the old American West, which takes too long to get moving. Lee Marvin stars as a taciturn roughneck whose tragic romance with Jeanne Moreau comes across…
Paint Your Wagon is the tale of a gold mining town in California in the 1840s - before it became a state and before there were many 'good' women in the territory.
Tale of two warriors forced to co-exist. Lee Marvin and Toshiro Mifune comprise the entire cast of this World War II drama, directed with an uncertain hand by John Boorman.
The Directorty Dozen is an exciting Second World War pre-D-Day drama about 12 condemned soldier-prisoners who are rehabilitated to serve with distinction. Lee Marvin heads a very strong, nearly…
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance is an entertaining and emotionally involving western. Yet, while it is an enjoyable film it falls distinctly shy of its innate story potential.
Attack presents a cowardly officer who's murdered by his men. Entire film [from the play Fragile Fox by Norman Brooks] is treated with a hard realism that pays off in gutsy entertainment. It's a…