Mystery melodrama with a psychological twist runs only 64 minutes but it's fast and packed with tense action throughout. Acting and production (though apparently modestly budgeted) are excellent.
The George White 'Scandals' legit musicals, Ziegfeld's 'Follies' and Earl Carroll's 'Vanities' date back to the Prohibition era and the current picture, produced by George White, also dates back in…
Producer Arthur Freed and director Vincente Minnelli, the combination that scored so heavily with the Judy Garland musical, Meet Me in St. Louis, show their versatility in this picture which is…
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
I Know Where I'm Going! has all the values of a documentary as a foundation for the tale of a girl who is sure she knows where she is going until she gets sidetracked - and likes it.
Based on the colorful - though brief - life of Polish composer Frederic Chopin, picture is a showmanly presentation of intimate drama and music.
Most commendable feature is the plot's originality. Charles Korvin plays a famous doctor whose young daughter (Sue England) has sanctified the memory of her presumably-dead mother. Visiting a Chicago…
Those who knew George Gershwin and the Gershwin saga may wax slightly vociferous at this or that miscue, but as cinematurgy, designed for escapism and entertainment, no matter the season, Rhapsody in…
Tightly-woven script [from stories by John V. Baines, Angus MacPhail, E.F. Benson and H.G. Wells] tells the story of a man who has foreknowledge of the future through his dreams. Summoned on business…
Title refers to the screen every human uses to hurdle his innermost thoughts. Like Salome, ordinary people will remove one or two - or more veils for the benefit of friends, sweethearts, spouses. But…
At first reading James M. Cain's novel of the same title might not suggest screenable material, but the cleanup job has resulted in a class feature, showmanly produced by Jerry Wald and tellingly…