Once a Thief packs both violence and young married love in unfoldment of its theme, aptly titled, about an ex-con trying to go straight, but constantly harassed by a vengeful cop.
An entertaining comedy with something for everyone, Dear Brigitte shapes up as an excellent family pic.
What's New Pussycat is designed as a zany farce, as wayout as can be reached on the screen. It's all that, and more . . . it goes overboard in pressing for its goal and consequently suffers from…
William Wyler undertakes a vastly difficult assignment, and carries it off with rare artistry, in bringing to the screen a solid, suspenseful enactment of John Fowles' bestselling novel.
A sort of sex morality play, Lorna is Russ Meyer's first serious effort after six nudie pix.
The most prolific of French filmmakers and ex-New Wavers, Jean-Luc Godard, has come up with an adventurous-philosophical pic with this one. He takes a popular actor and uses his screen personage in a…
Talbot Jennings' story tells of four brothers - John Wayne a notorious gunslinger, Dean Martin a gambler - who return to their Texas home to attend their mother's funeral and remain to fight the town.
Fourth filming of H. Rider Haggard's fantasy adds color and widescreen to special effects, all of which help overcome a basic plot no film scripter has yet licked.
George Axelrod's plot deals with the antics of a bachelor cartoonist, played by Jack Lemmon, who has a policy of acting out the escapades of his newsprint sleuth hero to test their credibility before…
The great longrun stage musical made by Lerner & Loewe and Herman Levin) out of the wit of Bernard Shaw's old play, "Pygmalion," has now been transformed into a stunningly effective screen…