Big Bertha pic has B.B. in her best form since And God Created Woman, and brilliantly matched by Jeanne Moreau. They are backed by a rollicking, comic adventure opus impeccably brought off by…
The Flight of the phoenix is a grim, tenseful, realistic tale of a small group of men forced down on the North African desert and their desperate efforts to build a single-engine plane out of the…
Michael Relph and Basil Dearden have had themselves a ball with Masquerade, for once forgetting the sociological themes which they often blend with their dramas, and turning out a clever…
Patty Duke stars as Billie, the tomboy who complicates her family life before shedding athletic gear for maiden attire.
Talbot Jennings' story tells of four brothers - John Wayne a notorious gunslinger, Dean Martin a gambler - who return to their Texas home to attend their mother's funeral and remain to fight the town.
Director-producer Stanley Kramer and scenarist Abby Mann have distilled the essence of Katherine Anne Porter's bulky novel in a film that appeals to the intellect and the emotions.
John Wayne is in every sense the big gun of In Harm's Way. Without his commanding presence, chances are director-producer Otto Preminger probably could not have built the head of steam this film…
Poor taste is prominent in the Terry Southern-Christopher Isherwood script, based on Evelyn Waugh's scathing 1948 satire of the mortuary business in California.
Raw fare is sometimes high adventure and exciting, at other times dull in its so-called symbolism. Too often, it turns out to be a pot-pourri of ravenous eating and blatant sex.
Five short horror episodes, thinly linked, provide a usefully chilly package deal which will offer audiences several mild shudders and quite a lot of amusement. Even though occasional giggles set in…
An admitted steal from Electra, Luchino Visconti's modernized story is set in a small Italian town where Sandra (Claudia Cardinale) brings her new husband, Andrew (Michael Craig), for a visit to the…