As a 16mm cinema verite of four rock musicians in a studio jamming a bit, trying to get their music together, clowning and rapping a little, and finally doing a brief concert, Let It Be is a…
Actor-director Ossie Davis makes his feature film debut with this slam-bang, all stops out, comedy-action film about expatriate writer Chester Himes' two Harlem detectives, Grave Digger Jones and…
The Reckoning is the story of a ruthless man, who rises from a Liverpool slum to the upper strata of cutthroat big business in London. Actually a character study of a man totally without morals or…
Take a movie like this. It's about a virgin (Hayley Mills) and a guy (Oliver Reed) who is trying to make her, can't, and is obsessed about it. That's all there is to it.
A superbly-wrought gem about the romantic illusions people, especially would-be lovers, search for in one another, with Julie Christie ideally cast as the seeker and Michael Sarrazin as her fantasy.
The story of Kate (Ma) Barker, who with her four killer sons terrorized mountain country in the Depression era, Bloody Mama is a pseudo-biopic starring Shelley Winters in one of those…
Based on the John le Carre novel about Cold War espionage, The Looking Glass War is most notable as the feature directorial debut of writer Frank Pierson.
No one else can steal $1 million with quite the flair of the British. A caper in point is Perfect Friday with Ursula Andress, Stanley Baker, and David Warner as a triangle of totally amoral thieves…
Eyewitness has its groundroots in an often-used idea. Angle of a likeable kid with an imagination so vivid that unfeeling adults good-humoredly regard him as a chronic liar. Result is that when a…
Andy Warhol surfaces from the camp underground with Trash, the most comprehensible, and least annoying of a long line of quasi-porno features from Chelsea Girls to Lonesome Cowboys.
The story's somewhat contrived and over glib. Even superficial. But it is directed and written with sympathy and tact and acted by a small cast that could hardly be bettered.