David Shaw's screenplay manages to cover many of the European tour cliches. There are some script anomalies that briefly puzzle, but not to a degree that they detract from the fun.
With five scripters freely adapting a play [Amanti, by Brunello Rondi and Renaldo Cabieri] the result is bound to lack decision and this romantic drama comes out at times as somewhat sudsy and…
Kung fu gets its just recognition as a genre that can be used in a serious, thoughtful film and have its exciting, dynamic effects and drive undiminished. Taking place in the 14th-century Ming…
The Illustrated Man has going for it two major aspects: a derivative Ray Bradbury story and an obtuse, time-fragmented, humanistic, allegorical morality play.
Film of break-neck physical excitement and stunning visual attractions in which George Lazenby replaced Sean Connery as James Bond.
First feature production of British TV producers Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and based upon an original by them, Journey is a story of two astronauts' trek to a hitherto-undiscovered planet…
Horace McCoy's 1935 grimy novel of a depression era dance marathon, which sold a forgettable 3,000 copies as a book, is a film with Jane Fonda as a hard-as-nails babe. It becomes, in a recreated old…
The Arrangement is a one-man production show; consequently, one man is responsible for a confused, overly-contrived and overlength film peopled with a set of characters about whom the spectator…
Much of the wit and satire in this portrait of the permissive morals and the corruptive decay of the 18th century is blunted, making it a noisy, bawdy, slapstick yarn about three sex-starved sailors…
The story concerns a young documentary filmmaker (Robert Culp) and his wife (Natalie Wood) who visit an institute in Southern California which supposedly helps people expand their capacities for love…
Maggie Smith's tour-de-force performance as a school-teacher slipping into spinsterhood is one of several notable achievements in this sentimental and macabre personal tragedy.