The Secret War of Harry Frigg is an amusing World War II comedy starring Paul Newman as a dumb army private sent to rescue five Axis-held Allied generals. Strong story premise, excellent supporting…
Tarzan is up to his customary brand of jungle antics in the latest entry in the Apeman series which celebrates its 50th year on the screen. Lensed on location in South America, the production lacks…
Inspector Clouseau, the gauche and Gallic gumshoe, gets a healthy revitalization via Alan Arkin in the title role and director Bud Yorkin.
Usual unabashed mixture of double meanings, down-to-earth vulgarity, blue jokes about hypodermic syringes, etc., and slapstick situations. This time the Carry On team returns to hospital life for its…
This is a full length animated cartoon in which the prime factor is the appearance of the Beatles in caricature form. Here are all the ingredients of a novel entertainment.
Script spotlights the making of a film about Lylah Clare, a world famous pic star who died some time before under mysterious circumstances.
Rachel, Rachel is a low-key melodrama starring Joanne Woodward as a spinster awakening to life. Produced austerely by Paul Newman, who also directs with an uncertain hand, it marks Newman's feature…
Anthony Quinn stars as an outcast, assumed to be a priest, in the Mexico of two centuries ago. The production, a plodding mix of religious-themed action and comedy-romance, has some good direction…
Bandolero! is a dull western meller. Though competently produced, film suffers from distended scripting, routine direction and overlength.
Twisted Nerve has Hayley Mills involved in some fairly gruesome Psycho-like proceedings.