The Patsy's slim story line has it ups and downs, sometimes being hilarious, frequently unfunny.
Jack-in-the-box pic [from the 1814 novel by Jan Potocki] with stories within stories, adult costumer follows a young Spanish captain into a series of adventures while reason and magic strive for his…
A faster pace from director Ralph Thomas and a few more red herrings and surprise situations could have worked wonders in lifting this amiable enough spoof of espionage into a top league…
The Disorderly Orderly is fast and madcappish, with Lewis again playing one of his malaprop characters that seem to suit his particular talents.
Artfully composed and strikingly photographed, this British-manufactured reproduction of Metro's 1937 shock-suspense thriller lacks the restraint, clarity and subtlety of its forerunner but makes up…
Fail Safe is a tense and suspenseful piece of filmmaking dealing with the frightening implications of accidental nuclear warfare. It faithfully translates on the screen the power and seething drama…
Samuel Goldwyn Jr's The Young Lovers has a lot of things going for it. While the story [from novel by Julian Halevy] about young, unwed parents-to-be is no shocker, the talk is frank and switch is on…
Strange Bed fellows is another of those romantic marital comedies, based primarily on misunderstandings. Critics for the thinking man may scoff at the plot, which derives much of its drama from…
Contrived plot carries an unpleasant theme, and film's only apparent reason is to offer a number of sadistic characters in the hope that the overall effect will be shocking.
Bed time Story will divert the less discriminating, although there are times when even such major league performers as Marlon Brando and David Niven have to strain to sustain the overall meager…