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…
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…
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…