Spanning nearly three decades, Cloris Leachman stars as she starts in Jerusalem, Ark, 1932, when lawmen kill papa (Clint Kimbrough), making mother Ann Sothern a widow. They jump the 60-acres farm…
The Wild Party is an extremely handsome, overly talky musical drama starring James Coco as a faded 1920s film comic whose disastrous premiere houseparty for a comeback film leads to murder.
Shivers, a low-budget Canadian production, is a silly but moderately effective chiller about creeping parasites that systematically (and comically) 'infect' an entire highrise population with nothing…
Francois Truffaut has made a romantic period drama about a young woman destroyed by her overwhelming love for a philandering British lieutenant.
Adapted from Ronald Blythe's social study of a Suffolk village, this is the story of three generations of farm laboring, intercutting flashbacks with present day to demonstrate that the more things…
A curious blend of amateurish plotting and slick production values, Tom Laughlin's The Master Gunfighter also presents an ambiguous moral attitude toward the old West. The oater, attractively lensed…
Posse is a good western, with Kirk Douglas as a cynical US marshal who eventually stumbles on his own political ambitions while tracking thief Bruce Dern under a strident law-and-order platform.
John Frankenheimer's French Connection II [from a screen story by Robert and Laurie Dillon] is both complementary to, yet distinctly different from, William Friedkin's The French Connection.
Paul Newman again assumes the Lew Harper private eye role he first essayed in Harper (1966). The Drowning Pool [from Ross MacDonald's novel] is stylish, improbable, entertaining, superficial, well…
Despite technical flaws, this item comes across as a sincere and often moving film. Yarn probes into man's loneliness and the dead-end meaninglessness of a middle-aged accountant (Keith Michell) who…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$3.1M Cumulative:$56.2M Warner Brothers -26.61%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$2.4M Cumulative:$39.6M Fox / DreamWorks Animation -15.75%
Non-Stop3Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$56.9M Universal Pictures -21.36%