The Chelsea Girls, perhaps the first Underground film to be accorded specifically non-Underground screenings, is a pointless, excruciatingly dull three-and-a-half hours spent in the company of Andy…
An entertaining, straightforward filming of the  legituner, featuring many thesps in their stage roles. David Swift's production is generally fast-moving in tracing the rags-to-riches rise of…
Wacky comedy extravaganza, Casino Royale is an attempt to spoof the pants off James Bond. The $12 million film is a conglomeration of frenzied situations, 'in' gags and special effects, lacking…
Boris Karloff brings his familiar adroit horror touch to the role of an aging somewhat nutty ex-stage mesmerist who aims to complete his experiments by dominating the brain of a young subject…
The film has a jolting opening, with Joy, the hapless heroine, shown in full detail giving birth to a baby, with the infant emerging from the womb in its natural state. This leads into a portrait of…
In the guise of a far-out tale of a superman and a manmade monster, gangsters and scientists, this is intended to be a disarming spoof of American myths as embodied in films. Indie pic, made in…
Walter Matthau plays a married innocent, eager to stray under the tutelage of friend and neighbor Robert Morse. But this long-married hubby is so retarded in his Immorality (it takes him 12 years to…
Fourth and final part of the massive Russo costumer is an impressive windup to this super spec. It shows that it has a cumulative force which overcomes some of its academic and posey qualities.
Strong casting, impressive direction and generally sharp writing (from an old TV script) make The Incident a very fine episodic drama about two toughs who intimidate passengers on a NY subway train.
French-British coproduction mixes Tony Richardson's free-wheeling style and the script of the controversial French writer-playwright Jean Genet. It has two versions, one English and one French, since…
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