Director Akira Kurosawa, known for Rashomon and The Seven Samurai, here unspools a work of compassion.
Judy Holliday's first film vehicle since Born Yesterday is a melange of marital errors. It introduces Aldo Ray, previously in Saturday's Hero, as Holliday's partner. He is equipped with a trick voice…
The smooth-working team of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn spark the fun in Pat and Mike. Hepburn is quite believable as a femme athlete taken under the wing of promoter Tracy. Actress, as a…
A topnotch espionage yarn based on Peter Cheyney's novel, Sinister Errand, the script has Tyrone Power playing a diplomatic courier who is used by the Counter Intelligence Division to uncover the…
This story of a deaf-and-dumb child has obvious tear-jerking angles which have been freely exploited.
Richard Widmark is a bon-bon manufacturer too busy to devote much time to his small son. As a result, the kid is a problem child who eventually lands in the progressive school operated by Joanne Dru…
Howard Hawks has spared nothing in the filming of A.B. Guthrie Jr's novel, The Big Sky, except the cutting shears. Pic is a gigantic outdoor epic, but its impact is dissipated by the marathon running…
Lydia Bailey, Kenneth Roberts' bestselling novel, is a lush tale of period adventure, action and romance.
Although having a slight plot, film gets top-drawer handling in production, thesping and direction. Anna Magnani has rarely been better.
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis venture into a straight story-line comedy in The Stooge as a change of pace from their usual frenetic clowning.
Secret People is a hackneyed story of political agents working against a tyrannical dictator, dressed up with all the familiar cliches to make a dull and rather confusing offering.