Roosterr Cogburn has the exciting charisma of John Wayne and Katharine Hepburn, plus the memories of Wayne's Oscar-winning performance in True Grit.
Good suspense drama starring Rod Steiger as a man planning to blow up the British Parliament in revenge for his family's accidental death in Belfast.
The Killer Elite is an okay Sam Peckinpah actioner starring James Caan and Robert Duvall as two modern mercenaries who wind up stalking each other in a boringly complex double-cross plot [from the…
Virtually a three-hander, Out of Season boasts topnotch performances by Vanessa Redgrave, Cliff Robertson and Susan George, a taut script and firstrate direction.
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…
Burt Reynolds stars as a 1950s con artist who turns straight through an odyssey with a country music band. The script establishes Reynolds as a footloose character, generating money by suave…
This contemporary light comedy of love-against-the-odds, which evokes the Hollywood genre of the 1930s, falls short of its target.
Woody Allen and Diane Keaton invade the land and spirit of Anton Chekhov. Love and Death is another mile-a-minute visual-verbal whirl by the two comedy talents, this time through Czarist Russia in…
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…
Barbra Streisand was outstanding as the younger Fanny Brice in Funny Girl, and in Funny Lady she's even better. Ray Stark's extremely handsome period production also stars James Caan in an excellent…
Joseph Losey has concocted a low-key, sitcom-type pic [from the book by Thomas Wiseman] using the familiar theme of an unsatisfied, well-heeled married woman with a child on a romantic escapade.