MacArthur is as good a film as could be made, considering the truly appalling egomania of its subject. Film stars Gregory Peck in an excellent and remarkable characterization.
Cross of Iron more than anything else affirms director Sam Peckinpah's prowess as an action filmmaker of graphic mayhem.
Some of the irony and wit of Mark Twain's original fable about an English prince's switch with his poor lookalike has been lost or subdued, but this edition of The Prince and the Pauper [from an…
Sixth and Main is a very professionally made lowbudgeter which succeeds to a great extent in exploring the emotions underneath the skin of the cliche skid row character. Christopher Cain wrote…
High Anxiety is a straight Hitchcockian sendup - homage applies as well - with highs and lows ranging from a brilliant restaging of the shower scene in Psycho to childish bathroom humor.
This $6 million adaptation of the H.G. Wells horror-fantasy tale, previously filmed in 1932 by Paramount as Island of Lost Souls, is a handsome, well-acted, and involving piece of cinematic…
A rather bizarre mixture of gritty comedy, satire and delving into female status makes this a literary film. There is a lot of talk, sometimes good, but often edgy and too often pointless in lieu of…
First Love is a sensitive and melancholy film about the impact of romance on college student William Katt when he falls for coed Susan Dey.
Absorbing moody and often compelling story about psychological dependence and transference.
A gem-like, almost hypnotic, tale of an older man's obsession with a young woman. Loosely based on a 19th century book by Pierre Louys, director Luis Bunuel has updated it and put a good part of the…