Paint Your Wagon is the tale of a gold mining town in California in the 1840s - before it became a state and before there were many 'good' women in the territory.
First feature production of British TV producers Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and based upon an original by them, Journey is a story of two astronauts' trek to a hitherto-undiscovered planet…
Story centers on young girl (Kim Darby) of the 1830s starting out from Arkansas to avenge the murder of her father with the aid of Wayne, whom she pays, and Texas Ranger Glen Campbell, who wants to…
A quality film, made at Pinewood Studios and on location in the Far East, introducing improbable mission wrapped up in such style it becomes engrossing.
Mackenna's Gold is a standard western. The plot [from Will Henry's novel McKenna's Gold] is good, the acting adequate. But it's the scenery, the vastness of the west, the use of cameras, and of…
The story concerns a young documentary filmmaker (Robert Culp) and his wife (Natalie Wood) who visit an institute in Southern California which supposedly helps people expand their capacities for love…
Based on Peter Shaffer's rich, imaginative play, Royal Hunt of the Sun is a film that's striking in many ways, visually and literately.
Lensed for a paltry $3,500, Stereo is the initial feature film effort by David Cronenberg.
David Shaw's screenplay manages to cover many of the European tour cliches. There are some script anomalies that briefly puzzle, but not to a degree that they detract from the fun.
The adaptation of Harry Mark Petrakis' book about an epic Greek-American father, philanderer, and gambler whose dubious means of support is dispensing wisdom and wrestling instruction emerges as a…
Z is a punchy political pic [from the novel by Vassilis Vassilikos] that mixes action, violence, and conspiracy on a robust, lavish scale. Originally subtitled 'the anatomy of a political…