The Rocky Horror Picture Show is adapted from a rock stage musical of same title [by Richard O'Brien] set in a spooky castle deep in the heart of Ohio. Into it on a rain-swept night stumble affianced…
Report to the Commissioner is a superb suspense drama of the tragic complexities of law enforcement.
Hedda is a gem, taking the Royal Shakespeare production of the Henrik Ibsen classic, complete with a fine cast headed by Glenda Jackson.
The Great Waldo Pepper is an uneven and unsatisfying story of anachronistic, pitiable, but misplaced heroism. Robert Redford stars as an aerial ace, unable to cope with the segue from pioneer…
Jacqueline Susann's final novel, Once Is Not Enough, gallumphs to the screen as a tame potboiler. Kirk Douglas heads as a fading film producer devoted to daughter Deborah Raffin, so much so that he…
Execrable acting, dopey action sequences, and clumsy attempts at camp humor mark George Pal's Doc Savage as the kind of kiddie film that gives the G rating a bad name. Set in the 1930s and based on…
Ken Russell's filmization of Tommy is spectacular in nearly every way. The enormous appeal of the original 1969 record album by The Who has been complemented in a superbly added visual dimension.
Take a Hard Ride is a poly-formula period western dual bill item for the popcorn belt. Jim Brown heads cast as a wrangler hunted for the $86,000 in cash he is returning to his late employer's widow…
Many American non-achievers, zonked by dreams of unattainable affluence and adventure, could probably relate to the had-it-up-to-here despair expressed in Loose Ends, low budget art film written…
Okay John Wayne actioner, as a contemporary cop in London tracking down Chicago fugitive John Vernon, whose lawyer Mel Ferrer has concocted a bewildering escape cover. Richard Attenborough plays well…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures