Roger and Gene Corman's The Intruder comes to grips with a controversial issue - integration, and those who would defy the law of the land - in an adult, intelligent and arresting manner.
Often touching, and well served by its performances and photography, Lonely Are the Brave ultimately blurs its focus on the loner fenced in and bemused by the encroachments and paradoxes of…
Occasionally a feature film emerges from the midwest, although this is the first ever out of Lawrence, Kans, where a group of commercial film pros veered off into a try at producing theatrical…
Producer Kenneth Harper signed up a 28-year-old Canadian director, Sidney Furie; a slick choreographer, Herbert Ross; and Cliff Richard to play the hero.
Sweet Bird of Youth is a tamer and tidied but arresting version of Tennessee Williams' Broadway play. It's a glossy, engrossing hunk of motion picture entertainment, slickly produced by Berman.
This is a lyrical war pic like Ballad of a Soldier and The Cranes are Flying. Done in a flamboyant manner, it is saved by new director Andrei Tarkovsky's obvious deep feeling for the subject.
Melville Shavelson functions as producer, director and writer and shows good control in all three categories. This is a good-fun comedy and there's no incongruity in the fact that the setting is…
Period of Adjustment is lower case Tennessee Williams, but it also illustrates that lower case Williams is superior to the upper case of most modern playwrights.
Marion Hargrove's 'original' screenplay actually owes a little something to the Little Miss Marker-Sorrowful Jones school of screen comedy, but it's a precocious and likeable offspring. The…
A considerably broadened version of Jean Anouilh's ironic stage comedy results in a capital acting opportunity for Peter Sellers. Pic is handsomely mounted, and it's directed with zest and pace by…
Although The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse is a screen spectacle of dynamic artistic proportions, it gradually becomes a victim of dramatic anemia - a strapping hulk of cinematic muscle rendered…