This is an engaging concoction of songs and dances in a standard musical framework, brightly dressed in color to show off its physical attributes.
Story [suggested by a novel by John Brophy] revolves around a platoon left behind temporarily to fight a rearguard action for a retreating regiment in Korea.
This is a slow but interesting melodrama about a psychopathic killer, with San Francisco's quaint hill residential sections as background.
This costume drama hasn't much in the way of strong entertainment. It's a period piece, laid in early New Orleans, that makes much to-do about bloodlines and first family snobbery, with a few s.a…
Despite a novel approach to a melodramatic theme, Circle of Danger is too slowly paced to build much suspense. Philip MacDonald's original screenplay takes Ray Milland on a veritable Cook's tour of…
Valentino is a full-blown romantic drama that makes little pretense of accurately biographing the screen star's life, but has the gimmick of his name and likeness. Anthony Dexter bears a remarkably…
Plenty of laugh diversion, dressed up to treat the eye and ear, is offered in Texas Carnival. Material provides Red Skelton with several surefire comedy sequences. In the eye department film offers…
From the real life experiences of Matt Cvetic [published in the Saturday Evening Post as I Posed as a Communist for the F.B.I], scripter Crane Wilbur has fashioned an exciting film. Direction of…
There's much that will seize audience attention in Missouri. The color lensing of the rugged outdoor locations backgrounding the story of beaver trappers and Indians in the early west brings the…
A basically good idea for a film melodrama [from a novel by Eleazar Lipsky] is cluttered up with too many unnecessary side twists and turns, and the presentation is uncomfortably overlong.
Maximum suspense for a western is generated in this Tyrone Power-Susan Hayward costarrer. Despite a strongly-told story, however, picture isn't the proper vehicle for Power, who is wasted in part and…