Cy Endfield, co-producer, director and scripter of the long film (made almost entirely on location in Africa), wisely makes the camera as important as anyone in the cast, emphasizing the savagery…
Second biopic of Jean Harlow is handsomely mounted. As the ill-fated Jean Harlow, Carroll Baker is a fairly reasonable facsimile although she lacks the electric fire of the original.
Kenneth Hyman's production of The Hill is a tough, uncompromising look at the inside of a British military prison in the Middle East during the last war. It is a harsh, sadistic and brutal…
Motor Psycho is a violent Russ Meyer production concerning three young bums on a rape-murder spree in a California desert town. Slick, well-made and initially absorbing, it features sex angles which…
Apparently producer David Deutsch's idea was to try for the same success formula that made A Hard Day's Night more than just a film about a rock 'n' roll group. He hasn't been too successful in…
An admitted steal from Electra, Luchino Visconti's modernized story is set in a small Italian town where Sandra (Claudia Cardinale) brings her new husband, Andrew (Michael Craig), for a visit to the…
The Battle of the Villa Fiorita is a beautifully-photographed and well-mounted Delmer Daves production which falls short artistically by switching gears.
This is a lightweight item with plenty of charm to overcome the basic fragility of its plot.
A Thousand Clowns depicts a happy-go-lucky non-conformist who attains some maturity when a child welfare board threatens to take away his young resident nephew.
The 'secret' isn't one for long - a British female agent is shot down near a Jap prison camp in Malaya. The prisoners hide her and eventually help her to escape, not without some ensuing incidents…
Bigtime crime is the main target of the Boulting Brothers' latest piece of satirical joshing, with army and police figuring in the story. It provides a reasonable ration of yocks and amusing…