Crossing Brigitte Bardot with an arty, personal director, ex-New Waver Jean-Luc Godard, was not a bad idea. Bardot appears, at last, as an actress in her own right with her trademark nude scenes not…
Captain Newman, M.D. oscillates between scenes of great dramatic impact and somewhat strained and contrived comedy of the heartwarming variety.
Wolf Rilla's screenplay explores in one day's fairly busy activity the aimlessness, insecurity and heartaches of nightclub hostesses. The result is overdramatic but provides opportunities for deft…
In an effort to prevent Tarzan from becoming a ludicrous anachronism in a world looking to space geography for its new mysteries and exotic characters of fantasy, producer Sy Weintraub and his…
This is apt to be tedious going for all but the most confirmed of Presley's young admirers. The 10 - count 'em - 10 tunes [staged by Jack Baker] he sings may be cause for rejoicing among his more…
With 8 1/2 Federico Fellini tops even his trendsetting La Dolce Vita in artistry. Here is the author-director picture par excellence, an exciting, stimulating, monumental creation.
Stockholm during Nobel week is the setting for Irving Wallace's smorgasbord novel. In Ernest Lehman's Hitchcockeyed screenplay, seven selected prizewinners convene to receive the award. The man from…
This film is an egghead pic that doesn't quite come off. Yarn has a strong, imaginative idea but tails away inconclusively and falls between two stools, not quite arty, not quite commercial.
Four For Texas is a western too preoccupied with sex and romance to enthrall sagebrush-happy moppets and too unwilling to take itself seriously to sustain the attention of an adult. The screenplay…
Dean Martin is seemingly right for the part of an actor who appears on television as a doctor, such as Kildare or Ben Casey, and then moonlights into the field of psychiatric advice (and perhaps…
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