Norman Krasna, as writer-director-producer, does a good job. Film gets a little too cute at times, and has a few dull stretches, but neither happens often enough to be serious.
Pic is an avant-garde treatment of an enticing psychological subject. Treatment is unorthodox, full of symbolism, and deals with the strange inner world of a strongly attached brother and sister…
20th-Fox has made an interesting, if somewhat long, film version of Ira Wolfert's [novel] American Guerrilla in thephilippines. A story of the Second World War in the Pacific, from the spring of 1942…
The production, storied in the corridors of NY's Bellevue hospital - and actually filmed at Bellevue - recruited a New York stage cast in the main to back up the stars, Richard Conte and Coleen Gray…
Much of the pic was lensed on location in the London area. Focal point of the plot [by Paul Dehn and James Bernard] is an ultimatum sent to the prime minister by an atom scientist who becomes…
Powell and Pressburger freely adapted the novel by Mary Webb which has English fox-hunting as its background.
The Gunfighter is a sock melodrama of the old west. There's never a sag or off moment in the footage as it goes about depicting a lightning draw artist, the fastest man with a gun in the old west…
Race riot hysteria is the theme of the original script. Story is told with words rather than action. There is one brief sequence of rioting, but that doesn't come until after 60-odd minutes of dialog…
Disney outfit makes entertainment capital out of the animal world with clever drawing-board personifications of a quartet of mice doing battle with an ornery cat. The cartoon, in fact, has far more…
Undercover Girl, by its very title, suggests a conventional melodrama with a twist in that a girl is the gangsters' foil. Which is exactly what it is.