Plot kicks around what is not an uninteresting idea. A little British village comes under the spell of some strange, supernatural force which first puts everybody out for the count. Then the…
The rather modest 1813 Johann Wyss tale has been blown up to prodigious proportions. The essence and the spirit of the simple, intriguing story of a marvelously industrious family is all but snuffed…
The late Jacques Becker [who died Feb. 21, 1960, a few weeks before release of Le Trou] left behind a solidly built film, based on a true story [authored by Jose Giovanni] of a jailbreak. Using…
Those who have suspected all along that beatniks are dull, have proof in Metro's The Subterraneans.
Alan Sillitoe's novel is produced, directed and acted with integrity and insight. This is a good, absorbing but not very likeable film.
With Heller In Pink Tights director George Cukor puts tongue in cheek to turn an ordinary story into a gaudy, old-fashioned western satire with gleeful touches of melodrama.
Another helping from Tennessee Williams' seemingly inexhaustible closet of mixed-up southern skeletons is exposed here with only occasional flashes of cinematic power.
Although basically a no-nonsense piece about the efforts of 11 ex-war buddies to make off with a multi-million dollar loot from five Vegas hotels, the film is frequently one resonant wisecrack away…
Comanche Station is by any standard a good picture. The screenplay by Burt Kennedy is true to western traditions and at the same time there is romance, although not a conventional love story, and…
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…
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