Though somewhat altered from Alfred Hitchcock's original, the main idea remains unchanged and the new version of John Buchan's novel stands up very well.
Last Train from Gun Hill, is a top western. Although there are some psychological undertones, it is a film that plays for almost pure action.
Return of the Fly was conceived and executed as a sequel to The Fly in order to cash in on the latter's reputation as a grosser. With justice, it will be unfavorably compared with the first, which…
Fascinating and uncompromising semi-documentary impressively put together as an obvious labor of love by three talented American filmmakers.
Room at the Top, based on John Braine's best-selling novel, is an adult, human picture. Neil Paterson's literate, well-molded screenplay is enhanced by subtle, intelligent direction from first-timer…
Soho, with its atmosphere of sleazy stripperies, gaudy coffee bars and frenetic teenagers, is the setting for this amusing satire on how a little talent can be boosted overnight as the result of a…
Gazebo is based on the Alec Coppel play which starred Walter Slezak and Jayne Meadows on Broadway and Tom Ewell and Jan Sterling on the road. In its transfer to the screen, scripter George Wells has…
Ted Willis is a writer with a sympathetic eye for problems of the middle and lower classes. Again teamed up with director J. Lee Thompson, his No Trees in the Street plays out a seamy slice of life…
After his stylized, sensual The Lovers, which was quite a hit, director Louis Malle essays his first comedy, which is a sort of intellectual slapstick entry [from the novel by Raymond Queneau]. It…
Hazardous job of deactivating dud bombs after World War II appears sound material for a melodramatic and suspenseful film. But curiously Ten Seconds to Hell emerges as a downbeat picture.
The Charles Brackett production takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to the Jules Verne story, but there are times when it is difficult to determine whether the film-makers are kidding or playing it…