A powerful unfoldment of a particular incident in US history, the film becomes, by extension, a deeply personal and radical vision of the past and future.
Krakatoa plods through a search for a sunken treasure on a boat that contains a score of one-dimensional characters.
Sharply scripted by Margaret Drabble from her novel [The Millstone], story deals with a well-educated philosophy student whose first all-the-way seduction by a chance acquaint- ance leaves her…
A spotty, uneven satire (from the novel by Terry Southern) with a number of good yocks, but insufficient sustained wit or related action. As Peter Sellers & Co swipe at the Establishment, authority…
Alan Arkin is cast as a Puerto Rican father, living in Spanish Harlem, whose fantastic plan to improve the lot of his two small sons backfires.
Frankenstein's (Peter Cushing) diabolical plan is, in the cause of science, to preserve the medical knowledge of a brilliant but insane surgeon. This he'll do by murdering the medico, removing his…
White girl loves black boy, black girl loves white boy. A sometimes funny, often tearful tale of the deflowering of a scatterbrained English girl turned loose in wicked, wanton London. Director…
Fresh story, using old-hat scare tricks combined with highly skillful acting.
George Kennedy, who stars with Robert Mitchum, plays the film mostly for comedy, and Mitchum's deadpan performance might be interpreted in same lineage. Laughs overshadow the serious moments.
Photographed in Chicago against the clamor and violence of the 1968 Democratic National Convention, where cast principals were on their own as they made their way through the crowds and police lines…
Carry On Again Doctor returns to a well-tilled field, with bedpans, undressed patients, discussions about symptoms, from wind to bowels, being regular dialog fodder. This time the flimsy yarn is…