This spy yarn features Boysie Oakes, a creation of John Gardner. Peter Yeldham's screenplay and Jack Cardiff's direction combine plenty of action and some crisp wisecracking.
Expanded from a Man from U.N.C.LE. TV two-parter, One Spy Too Many zips along at a jazzy spy thriller pace.
Pic is a silly sex comedy, as amusing at times as it is tasteless, in which Tony Curtis plays a contemporary Bluebeard.
The War Game was originally made by BBC-TV for showing on TV, but corporation brass had second thoughts after it had been completed, decided it was unsuitable for mass audiences, and ordered it to be…
The world's oldest story - the origins of Mankind, as told in the Book of Genesis - is put upon the screen by director John Huston and producer Dino De Laurentiis with consummate skill, taste and…
Khartoum is an action-filled entertainment pic which contrasts personal nobility with political expediency. The colorful production builds in spectacular display, enhanced by Cinerama presentation…
In their adaptation of Lucille Fletcher's novel, scripters have approached their task with sights set on combining romantic comedy with tome's adventurous elements. Director Philip Dunne follows…
Out of the 1926 political and military turmoil in China, producer-director Robert Wise has created a sensitive, personal drama, set against a background of old style US Navy gunboat diplomacy. The…
Monte Hellman's Ride in the Whirlwind is a flat, woodenly acted western with mild suspense that never grabs. Part of the fault is with Jack Nicholson's script, which is little more than a promising…
The role of a gawky ungainly plain Jane [in this adaptation of the novel by Margaret Forster] is a natural for Lynn Redgrave's talents, and she frequently overwhelms her costars by sheer force of…
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America: The Winter Soldier1Weekend:$26.6M Disney
Rio 22Weekend:$22.5M Fox
Heaven is for Real
Heaven is for Real3Weekend:$21.5M Sony / TriStar