It isn't as hard to believe that excellent actors Oliver Reed and Gene Hackman would accept roles like those they are given in The Hunting Party because they were undoubtedly well paid (indeed…
Sam Spiegel comes up with a rarity: the intimate epic, in telling the fascinating story of the downfall of the Romanovs.
James Bond still packs a lethal wallop in all his cavortings, still manages to surround himself with scantily-clad sexpots. Yet Diamonds Are Forever doesn't carry the same quality or flair as its…
The strange and sometimes pathetic world of barnstorming, hustling street-racing is explored with feeling by director-editor Monte Hellman in Two-Lane Blacktop. The production, shot on cross-country…
Sean Connery plays an ex-con who schemes to burglarize an entire apartment house on Manhattan's plush upper East Side. With backing from a new breed of organized mobster, led by Alan King, Connery…
Richard Brooks wrote and directed $ with a sardonic twist to a caper plot. Bank security expert Warren Beatty, aided by friendly hooker Goldie Hawn, steal $1.5 million from three Hamburg…
The magic of Walt Disney lingers magnificently on in Bed knobs and Broomsticks.
Sidney Poitier is back for third time around as Virgil Tibbs, the San Francisco homicide lieutenant, faced this time with combatting a worldwide dope syndicate.
Sometimes a Great Notion is a good, if plot-sprawling, outdoor action film set in Northwest lumber country, about a family of individualists fighting a town and a union. Paul Newman directed…
Gumshoe is an affectionately nostalgic and amusing tribute to the movie-fiction private-eye genre of yesteryear.
Neat little horror tale, shrewdly organized from Stephen Gilbert's novel, Ratman's Notebooks, capitalizes on human repugnance for rodents as Bruce Davison unleashes his trained rats on obstacles…