The Arrangement is a one-man production show; consequently, one man is responsible for a confused, overly-contrived and overlength film peopled with a set of characters about whom the spectator…
Actors in Hollywood were once called lions. Occupying a Hollywood house Viva, Gerome Ragni and James Rado are actors in love. Hence the title.
Arabella, Italian-produced with an English and Italian cast, is a series of episodes none too adroitly woven together which focus on the larcenous activities of Virna Lisi as she tries to help her…
Maggie Smith's tour-de-force performance as a school-teacher slipping into spinsterhood is one of several notable achievements in this sentimental and macabre personal tragedy.
Federico Fellini presents an incredible fresco-like vision of Rome's social structure 2,000 years ago in which survival and pleasure were man's sole motivating forces. The $3 million film is as…
Guns of the Magnificent Seven is a handy follow-up to the 1960 original Magnificent Seven and Return of the Seven. It rises above a routine story line via rugged treatment and action builds to a…
Directed with style and punch by Ken Russell this is an episodic but challenging and holding pic. D.H. Lawrence's pungent thoughts about love and marriage, and the attitudes of the two sexes toward…
Made on a very low budget by a writer-director Leonard Kastle, The Honeymoon Killers, based on the Lonely Hearts murder case of the late 1940s, is made with care, authenticity and attention to detail.
Richard Attenborough's debut as a film director can be labelled with such debased showbiz verbal coinage as fabulous, sensational, stupendous, etc. It also happens to be dedicated, exhilarating…
Film focuses on the narcotics traffic on the Mexican border, where Charles Napier is a sheriff in the pay of the drug operator.
Fourth in the Matt Helm series, The Wrecking Crew emerges as a very entertaining, relaxed spy comedy. It features Dean Martin, Elke Sommer, Nancy Kwan and Sharon Tate, the latter in a delightful…