Send Me No Flowers doesn't carry the same voltage, either in laughs or originality, as Doris Day and Rock Hudson's two previous entries, Pillow Talk (1959) and Lover Come Back (1961).
The story of Private Hamp, a deserter from the battle front in World War I, has already been told on radio, television and the stage, but undeterred by this exposure, director Joseph Losey has…
A Hard Day's Night is a wacky, offbeat piece of filming, charged with vitality, and inventiveness by director Dick Lester, slickly lensed and put over at a fair lick. No attempt has been paid to…
The Luck of Ginger Coffey is a well-turned-out drama based on a Brian Moore novel.
Made in Ohio on a subscription basis for a reported $250,000, this is a tender, tactful look at miscegenation that speaks in human rather than polemic terms.
There's not the least sign of staleness in this third sample of the Bond 007 formula. Some liberties have been taken with Ian Fleming's original novel but without diluting its flavor. The mood is set…
Sooner or later it was bound to happen - a film based on the celebrated onetime Hollywood scandal of the daughter of a film star stabbing to death her mother's paramour. Picture takes its cue in…
Harold Pinter adapted his own three-character play for the screen, but made little attempt to broaden the canvas and its stage origins are barely disguised.
Marnie is the character study of a thief and a liar, but what makes her tick remains clouded even after a climax reckoned to be shocking but somewhat missing its point.
Like most sequels Children of the Damn; Editor isn't nearly as good as its predecessor - Metro's 1960 Village of the Damn; Editor. What weakens this sequel is the fact that, unlike the original, it…
Bill S. Ballinger's scenario describes the latter phases of the homicidal career of a paranoid schizophrenic (Victor Buono) whose hatred of women has been motivated by a possessive mother who has…