A Parisian setting and some snazzy femme costumes provide the major props for this otherwise weak and formula comedy programmer. Sexy plot overtones are too protracted in scripting, and become boring…
Cast a Giant Shadow exemplifies the problems in contemporary film biography, particularly when the subject is less well known than the events which brought him honor. Some complete fiction and fuzzy…
The Spy Who Came in from the Cold is an excellent contemporary espionage drama of the Cold War which achieves solid impact via emphasis on human values, total absence of mechanical spy gimmickry, and…
First Scandinavian coproduction is a fine mixture of an adaptation of a book by a noted Norwegian writer, the long-dead Nobel prizewinner Knut Hamsun, two Swedish thesps and a Danish director and…
Film version of Georges Feydeau's turn-of-the-century L'hotel du libre echange is a second generation production of Peter Glenville's legit revival of the French farceur in London.
Based on Muriel Resnik's popular legiter, Any Wednesday emerges in screen translation as an outstanding sophisticated comedy about marital infidelity. Adaptation and production by Julius J. Epstein…
What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? carries an engaging title but after dreaming it up the writers promptly forgot all about it and launched into a thinly-devised comedy without much substance.
The Private Ear, which made up one half of the Peter Shaffer play, The Private Ear and the Public Eye, was a short but observant look at loneliness and the aborted effort of one shy male to…
Penelope is one of those bright, delightfully-wacky comedies. It's got a good - if light - basic plot premise and plenty of glib laugh lines and situations.
Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! is a somewhat sordid, quite sexy and very violent murder-kidnap-theft meller which includes elements of rape, lesbianism and sadism, clothed in faddish leather and boots…
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Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures