Roger Corman has garmented his film, lensed in England, with production values. His color camera work, his sets, music and plot unfoldment itself #- if the latter is vague and a bit involved it still…
Exuberance of youth guns the action which twirls around a personable young Martian - Tommy Kirk - arriving on earth to pave the way for an invasion. He lands during a swimming party tossed by an…
Jack Lemmon's farcial flair finds amusing exposure in this situation comedy. Lemmon topbills star lineup in his usual competent and zany fashion but it is the Viennese Romy Schneider, making her…
Director Basil Dearden seems, here, to have temporarily misplaced the vigorous insight that has earned him some top credits. Best that can be said of Straw [from the novel by Catherine Arley] is that…
Joseph E. Levine's screen version of The Carpetbaggers is lusty, vulgar and gusty and, on one notable occasion, painfully brutal.
Disney has gone all-out in his dream-world rendition [from the books by P.L. Travers] of a magical Engish nanny who one day arrives on the East Wind and takes over the household of a very proper…
Samuel Bronston's made-in-Spain Circus World is a bigscreen wedding of spectacle and romance. The pace, as directed by Henry Hathaway, is unslackening.
The System is a slight anecdote, not explored as fully as it might have been, but made worthwhile by some bright direction, lensing and acting from young, eager talent.
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…