Although the plot breaks little new ground, the film grips consistently. Jean Simmons and Trevor Howard make a strong team.
The bright, biting comedy of the Garson Kanin legit hit adapts easily to film.
A commendable degree of documentary fidelity is established in this picturization of the escape of three prisoners-of-war from a German camp. The long and torturous period of preparation is…
Alfred Hitchcock doesn't stress melodrama throughout. He plays a surprising number of sequences strictly for lightness. Also, he has a choice cast to put through its paces, and there's not a bad…
Harvey, Mary Chase's Pulitzer Prize play, loses little of its whimsical comedy charm in the screen translation.
The Capture is an offbeat drama, with psychological overtones, that plays off against the raw and rugged background of Mexican locales.
Magnificent Yankee is a fine translation to the screen of Emmet Lavery's Broadway play based on the life of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Pic is a highly personalized, modernistic production, a poetic interpretation of the Orpheus myth transposed to modern times.
More stage play than motion picture, Carl Foreman's screenplay is wisely concerned with letting the Brian Hooker words speak for themselves.
The rise and fall of a backwoods political messiah, and the mark, he left on the American scene, is given graphic celluloid treatment in "All the King's Men." It is a picture to stir talk and…
This is a full-blooded, absorbing story adapted from book by Graham Greene, which reflects credit on all concerned. With international quartet of stars it should draw anywhere, and its appeal in the…