Endearingly odd and occasionally hilarious.
Two Steps From Hell
Bio skews a bit triumphal, perhaps, but it's an even-handed history.
CALL IT THE MOTHER of all public relations snits. A contingent of newspaper editors around the country, led by New York Daily News managing editor for features Jane Freiman and Portland Oregonian…
Both Alec Guinness and John Mills are cast as colonels, the former a man of humble origin who has risen from the ranks, the other a product of Eton, Oxford and a classy military academy. It is the…
A pictorially attractive but dramatically vacuous study of modern-style infidelity, Strangers When We Meet is easy on the eyes but hard on the intellect. A bunch of maladjusted suburbanites are…
Peter Sellers gives another deft, very funny performance in Two Way Stretch. The thin story line concerns a free-and-easy prison run by a governor who is more interested in gardening than discipline…