Marilyn Monroe, co-starred with Richard Widmark, gives an excellent account of herself in a strictly dramatic role which commands certain attention, but the story of a psycho baby-sitter lacks…
The durable heroics of What Price Glory undergo a comedic treatment in Technicolor for this fresh version of the Maxwell Anderson-Laurence Stallings stage drama.
Taut suspense and an interesting setting are features that make The Atomic City an effective spy thriller. Story is laid in Las Alamos, NM where atomic science is being advanced. The Las Alamos…
Lydia Bailey, Kenneth Roberts' bestselling novel, is a lush tale of period adventure, action and romance.
Honolulu forms the setting for a story of the work to expose Communist activities. The picture was rushed into the market and bears evidence of that haste. Continuity is choppy, the script sketchy…
Technically, artistically and emotionally, this is a topflight British offering.
A happy combination of good humor and warm drama has been put together with neat results in Room for One More.
Director Akira Kurosawa, known for Rashomon and The Seven Samurai, here unspools a work of compassion.
Warners' remake of Al Jolson's 1927 Vitaphone film hit is still sentimental, sometimes overly so. A drama with songs importantly spotted with beautiful Technicolor cloaking.
My Six Convicts, the best-seller about the experiences of a prison psychologist, comes to the screen as mighty satisfying entertainment. As did the tome by Donald Powell Wilson, the film makes humans…
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media