A Nob Hill prostitute is murdered in her $300 a month apartment. Last seen leaving the apartment is Martin Landau, a politically-involved minister in the midst of an activist campaign to pass a…
The Out of Towners is a total delight. Neil Simon's first modern original screen comedy stars Jack Lemmon and Sandy Dennis, an Ohio couple who become disillusioned with big-city life, New York style.
Production and staging, the Robert Wright-George Forrest music and lyrics based on Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg's music, and wide screen photography make Song of Norway a magnificent motion…
Film version of Robert Anderson's 1968 play is distended and lacking clear point of view. Mostly the story of a middle-aged man still strung up by a family umbilical cord, the film veers awkwardly…
With Richard Burton as Henry VIII and Genevieve Bujold in the title role of Anne Boleyn, Anne of the Thousand Days is a stunning-acted, sumptuous, grand-scale widescreen drama of the royal bed…
While James A. Michener's monumental novel, Hawaii, contained enough material for half a dozen films, the earlier version in 1966 used up most of the first half. This followup film, devotes most of…
A good story about marriage crackups among the fortyish set in suburbia.
An engrossing story of the disintegration of a modern loveless marriage, with Richard Benjamin and Frank Langella effectively portraying the inadequacies of husband and lover, respectively, and…
Woodstock, brilliantly made by Michael Wadleigh, is a virtually perfect record of the music festival held in Bethel, NY, in summer 1969.
The Baby Maker is an offbeat story of a childless couple who hire a young girl to conceive by the husband.
This is a lucid, penetrating detailing of a young doctor's attempt to civilize a retarded boy found living in the woods in Southern France in the 18th century. Though based on a true case [Jean…