Three is a rare pic [from a story by Irwin Shaw] about youth that deals with a romantic summer idyll sans sentimentality and with a freshness and easy charm that pinpoints character without…
That dry, wry humor that flavors such British films as Kind Hearts and Coronets is again apparent to a degree in The Assassination Bureau Limited. In less skillful hands its premise of a 1906…
Eric Rohmer's third pic after Le signe du lion, which treated a down-and-out American in Paris and the moral indifference of his friends, and La Collectionneuse, about a femme who collected lovers…
Cactus Flower drags, which is probably the worst thing that can be said of a light comedy. It's due to sloppy direction by Gene Saks and the miscasting of Walter Matthau opposite Ingrid Bergman.
Writer-director Francis Coppola, scrutinizing the flight of a neurotic young woman and her efforts to assist a brain-damaged ex-football player, has developed an overlong, brooding film incorporating…
Sinful Davey is a bland, lethargic period comedy about a 19th-century teenage highwayman. A competent cast and a good James R. Webb screenplay are shot down by the club-footed, forced direction of…
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.