This Ray Stark production is rich in talents. Performances by Richard Burton, Ava Gardner and Deborah Kerr are superlative in demanding roles. Direction by John Huston is resourceful and dynamic as…
Psychomania is a low-budget, well-done shocker with a tightly-knit plot and a believable surprise ending.
Even by delving into fantasy for its wildly implausible premise this picturization of George Axelrod's not-so-successful 1960 Broadway play doesn't come off as anything but the mildest type of…
Douglas Hayes' lightweight novel about the struggle of a stock actor who has just passed the dangerous 40s, without making the grade, hardly scratches new ground. But the authenticity and atmosphere…
Margaret Rutherford brings considerable assurance to the third Agatha Christie thriller to cast the doughty oldtimer in the role of Miss Marple, the eccentric amateur sleuth.
This slow-paced pic never comes up to its title in the way of shocks, thrills, scares, sex or other dividends for meller regulars. Filmed in England, its gimmick - a ventriloquial dummy's revenge on…
It takes nerve to make a pic in which all dialog is sung. Also, there is no dancing and this is not a filmed operetta or opera.
The Unsinkable Molly Brown is a rowdy and sometimes rousing blend of song and sentiment, a converted stage tuner.
Helen Gurley Brown's how-to-do-it book for single girls is takeoff point for story by Joseph Hoffman, scripted by Joseph Heller and David R. Schwartz. Natalie Wood is Dr Helen Brown of International…
Kiss Me, Stupid is not likely to corrupt any sensible audience. But there is a cheapness and more than a fair share of crudeness about the humor of a contrived double adultery situation that a…
Based upon the French farce authored by Marcel Achard and adapted to the American stage by Harry Kurnitz, director Blake transforms Peter Sellers' role from a magistrate, whose activities were…