Girls, gimmicks, girls, gags, and more girls are the essential parameters of In Like Flint. With James Coburn encoring as the urbane master sleuth, also harried boss Lee J. Cobb, this pic turns on a…
Dance of the Vampires is a spoof on the Dracula theme. Roman Polanski is on a quadruple assignment. He produced, directed and collabed on story and screenplay with Gerard Brach and costars. Brach and…
Beware of the one-act play with apparent screen possibilities. The Tiger Makes Out was adapted by Murray Schisgal from his 1963 two-character comedy-drama The Tiger into a distended, uneven pic.
This precision-tooled suspense thriller turns many of the traditional ingredients that usually go into this kind of film inside out and manages to come up with a tight, well paced, highly…
Blake Edwards has transplanted his three-season Peter Gunn NBC-TV series (which began in the 1959-60 season) to the screen in Gunn, a well-made, but a trifle longish, programmer.
In contrast to many professedly anti-war films, Beach Red is indisputably sincere in its war is hell message. Except for brief reveries of civilian life, the film focuses entirely on a single dreary…
Waterhole #3 is a slow-building, deliberate oater comedy blending satire, slapstick and double entendre dialog for laughs.
Produced and directed by Ken Annakin at Pinewood and on location in Granada, Spain, this is an ambitious actioner which has plenty of punch.
A 14-year-old girl, a drudge in an impoverished alcoholic peasant family, is the heroine of this brilliant film. Her sullen defiance, her failure to connect with life and a final opting out via…
Easy Come, Easy Go stars Elvis Presley as an underwater demolitions expert who finds lost treasure. Good balance of script and songs, plus generally amusing performances by a competent, well-directed…