Those who may have been surf-bored with the Sandra Dee starrer will find even less to cheer about in this follow-up. Fortunately, it is cast with fresh and promising young people; this, together with…
This engrossing film's story [by director Michelangelo Antonioni] is a superficially simple one. After 10 years of marriage, a popular writer and his wife begin to realize their affair is nearing…
Parrish is a long, plodding account of man vs monopoly in Connecticut's tobacco game.
Out of the elusive, but curiously intoxicating Truman Capote fiction, scenarist George Axelrod has developed a surprisingly moving film, touched up into a stunningly visual motion picture. Capote…
Rousing, good story, told with vigor and visual excitement by Akira Kurosawa, and splendidly acted by Toshiro Mifune, this has ideal remake material for a Yank company. [Pic was in fact remade by an…
The Frightened City is a conventional but brisk gangster yarn. Accent of the film is tough and hard-hitting and concerns intergang warfare plus the clash between the cops and the crooks, the cops, as…
Tale [from Beatrix Beck's 1952 novel] of a young agnostic woman's conversion to Catholicism and her physical love for a priest during the Nazi occupation of France is handled with tact and talent.
Ingmar Bergman tells a story that is in many ways reminiscent of Long Day's Journey into Night. Pic deals with four members of a family who are estranged through their inability to express feelings…
Susan Slade, though slickly produced and attractively peopled, weighs in as little more than a plodding and predictable soap opera. It is, however, a telling showcase for Connie Stevens.
Much of the fundamental charm, grace and novelty of Rodgers & Hammerstein's [1958 Broadway hit] Flower Drum Song has been overwhelmed by the sheer opulence and glamour with which Ross Hunter has…
The picture that winds up Gary Cooper's long list of credits is a neatly constructed, thoroughly professional little suspense meller.