Lack of definition in characters is chief flaw in writing, with Nicholas Ray, who also directed, and A.I. Bezzerides sharing the blame for their adaptation of the Gerald Butler novel, Mad with Much…
Warners has combined a grim study of alcoholism with a typical James Cagney drama.
The femmes who helped settle the west didn't chase the sun via cozy streamliners or luxury planes. Showing just what the hardships of such a crossing were and the valiant spirit of the women who…
Well-made and with an offbeat location site, film is an interesting account of the effects of poison pen letters on a small Quebec village [from a story and screenplay Le corbeau by Louis Chavance…
The plot line is strung together with a series of episodes in the life of a minister and his city-bred bride on their first duty for the church. Location of the assignment is in the red-clay hills of…
Walt Disney has gone a long way towards tightening the leisurely, haphazard adventure of Alice in the wonderland of her imagination. He has dropped some characters and sequences in the interest of a…
Combination of illicit love, murder and premarital relations makes The Prowler a bawdy, daring story [from an original story by Robert Thoeren and Hans Wilhelm].
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…