Lost Angel reveals Margaret O'Brien as a foundling picked up by a group of scientists as the subject for experiment in human behaviour. A genius at the age of six, the human element, however, has…
An artistic transcription of [Sutton Vane's] Outward Bound, the Broadway stage hit of 1925, this film was earlier brought to the screen by Warner Bros in 1930.
Made as sequel to the profitable Cat People, this is highly disappointing because it fails to measure up as a horrific opus. Even though having the same principals as in the original chiller, this is…
Principal reasons for the film's weaknesses are twofold. From the start the payoff is never in doubt, with little suspense induced. Secondly, its boy-meets-girl plot has a tedious overabundance of…
For all its underground intrigue, Nazi brutality and Machiavellian Gestapo methods, film is a different sort of war romance. For one thing, its heroine is a novitiate nun and Ray Milland is an almost…
This is one of those escapist filmusicals which makes no pretenses at ultra-realism, and if you get into the mood fast that it's something to occupy your attention for an hour and a half. It's all…
Enter Arsene Lupin a Universal cops-and-robbers saga, French style, is a slick enough combination of romance, action and suspense and offset phony, far-fetched plot.
The celluloid version of the tragic events which followed the capture of eight of the American flyers who bombed Tokyo is an intensely moving piece, spellbinding though gory at times, gripping and…
John Steinbeck's devastating indictment of the nature of Nazi bestiality, at times an almost clinical, dissecting room analysis, emerges as powerful adult motion picture fare.
Belle of the Yukon is a typical backstage filmusical, utilizing a Yukon dancehall for setting. Opening title tips off that it is not to be taken seriously, and then yarn spins with tongue-in-cheek…