Paradise Alley is Rocky rewritten by Damon Runyon. Set in New York's Hell's Kitchen area during the 1940s, it tells the uplifting tale of three brothers, played by Sylvester Stallone, Armand Assante…
This is not a sequel to the 1961 hit, Guns of Navarone, although Force 10 opens with the bangup conclusion of the earlier exercise in World War II commando heroics.
The Boys in Company C is a spotty but okay popcorn trade drama about five young Marines and how their lives were changed by duty in the Vietnam war. Laden with barracks dialog and played at the…
Lemon Popsicle takes place in Tel Aviv in the late 1950s. Three youths - Benz, Momo, and Yudaleh - have only girls on their mind, while the hit-parade on the radio (Elvis Presley) reflects their own…
Coming Home is in general an excellent Hal Ashby film which illuminates the conflicting attitudes on the Vietnam debacle from the standpoint of three participants. Jerome Hellman's fine production…
Killer bees periodically interrupt the arch writing, stilted direction and ludicrous acting in Irwin Allen's disappointing and tired non-thriller.
Director Ivan Passer has assembled a rather talented squad of performers, then marched them through a minefield, losing all hands in an attack on an uncertain objective.
The most interesting particular about Ingmar Bergman's Autumn Sonata is the fact that this is the first time the Swedish director has directed Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman. It makes one wish that…
Made in Canada and based on a Yank police precinct novel of Ed McBain, film settles down as an inspector, played with a low profile and humanity by Donald Sutherland, probes a knife killing of a…
As a thinly disguised biopic of Aristotle Onassis and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis - accent on thinly disguised - The Greek Tycoon has the conviction of its subject. It's a trashy, opulent, vulgar…
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