ROME — The Venice Film Festival will pre-open with a freshly restored copy of Francesco Rosi's "Hands Over the City" on Aug. 27, 50 years after the Italo helmer's potent anti-corruption exposé won…
Clifford Odets made it clear that he hated Hollywood when he wrote "The Big Knife" in 1949. For the Broadway revival, which opened April 16, stars Bobby Cannavale and Richard Kind also expressed…
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An excellent Sidney Poitier performance, and an outstanding one by Rod Steiger, overcome some noteworthy flaws to make "In The Heat of the Night" an absorbing contemporary murder drama, set in the…
The sweep and scope of the Russian revolution, as reflected in the personalities of those who either adapted or were crushed, has been captured by David Lean in "Doctor Zhivago," frequently with…
Rod Steiger, as city councilman Nottola, is out for a 5,000% profit on a remote suburban area which he's just bought. Pic shows how he and his party colleagues maneuver the deal by secret alliances…
Dealing with real-life events of 1925, the subject-matter spotlights something which is always present tense, namely, official rigidity, redtape and intellectual hardening of the arteries in the…
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