Several exhilarating milestones are achieved in Rosemary's Baby, an excellent film version of Ira Levin's diabolical chiller novel. Writer-director Roman Polanski has triumphed in his first US-made…
Hang 'em High comes across as a poor-made imitation of a poor Italian-made imitation of an American western. It stars Clint Eastwood as a man bent on vengeance and is an episodic, rambling tale which…
Anzio, based on the World War II campaign in Italy, suffers from flat writing, stock performances, uninspired direction and dull pacing. Produced by Dino De Laurentiis, film would seem to be a…
Villa Rides is a pseudo-biopic of a portion of the bandit career of Mexico's folk hero, Pancho Villa, with Yul Brynner in title role.
Although extremely well cast, and fleshed out with some on-target dialog, Abby Mann's script is strictly potboiler material.
This $10 million pic is a bright, shiny, heartwarming musical, packed with songs and lively production highspots. Lionel Bart's  stage musical hit is adroitly opened out by director Carol Reed.
An apparent attempt to pull off an Alfred Hitchcock suspenser, with added Freudian schleps, Deadfall falls dead as little more than ponderous, tedious trivia. Adapted from Desmond Cory's novel, the…
Dennis Murphy's novel reaches the screen as a moving production, filmed with sensitivity by debuting director John Flynn, and with robust, appropriately grim physical values. Rod Steiger's title-role…
Tell Me Lies depicts a wide range of attitudes toward the war in Vietnam. It's loosely based on Peter Brook's theatrical success-de-scandale US.
Inspector Clouseau, the gauche and Gallic gumshoe, gets a healthy revitalization via Alan Arkin in the title role and director Bud Yorkin.
Bye Bye Braverman is a curious mixture of tasty and tasteless jokes, all at the expense of Jewish people. Pic describes, in padded vignette and travelog transition, the hypocritical mourning of a…