Punchy, poetic pic that delves into the epic theme of youthful revolt.
Candy is a mixed bag of goodies. Based on a novel [by Terry Southern and Mason Hoffenberg] which was a successful satire on pornographic stories, film is at times hilarious, delightfully outrageous…
Story [from Ronald Bassett's novel] is all about witchcraft, inquisitions and executions as performed by Vincent Price and his thuggish henchman (Robert Russell) during the days when Cromwell was…
Translating to the screen the delicate if specious tragedy of Carson McCullers' first novel was clearly not an easy matter. Nor an entirely successful one, either. The Heart is a Lonely Hunter…
Psych-Out is an above average programmer about San Francisco hippies. Thin story line - girl seeking lost brother - is sufficient as the medium for a series of incidents, including drug-induced…
Barbra Streisand in her Hollywood debut makes a marked impact. The saga of the tragi-comedienne Fanny Brice of the ungainly mien and manner, charmed by the suave card-sharp Nick Arnstein, is perhaps…
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…
Three in the Attic apparently starts out to be a tragicomedy about physical sex vs love. It is littered with padding optical effects, hampered by uneven dramatic concept, and redundant in its…
No question of the quality of this absorbing, though downbeat military pic set in a British barracks in Germany in the mid-1950s.
Entertaining suspense film neatly laced with mordant humor. Stronger, more appropriate direction could have pushed the film into the category of minor classic.
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