Patrick Hamilton's London stage melodrama, is given an exciting screen treatment by Arthur Hornblow Jr's excellent production starring Charles Boyer, Ingrid Bergman and Joseph Cotten.
Film is a murder mystery lacking much mystery but with all the suspense of a super-whodunnit. More than that, this production actually is a keen character study of a man whose married life has been a…
Fitting Bette Davis like a silk glove, the same as the gowns which she wears to intrigue the male of the species in defiance of all the laws of good womanhood, in the part of the vainglorious…
Primarily escapist fare, Buffalo Bill is a super-western and often a tear-jerker. Filming it in colorful outdoor panorama, Harry A. Sherman has made it a magnificent production.
Preston Sturges brings to the screen the compelling biography of Dr W.T.G. Morton, who in 1844 discovered anaesthesia. The film [from the book by Rene Fulop-Muller] is the story of the romance, the…
Despite usual good Russian photography, a powerful score, a couple of nice performances and flashes of original direction, Ivan the Terrible has so much that is tiresome, has so little action, and…
Reformation of Nazi youth, a problem forcefully projected in Tomorrow the World on Broadway [in the play by James Gow and Arnaud D'Usseau], is dealt with no less assiduously in Lester Cowan's screen…
As David O. Selznick screenplayed his own production, from Margaret Buell Wilder's [adaptation of her own] book, Since You Went Away is a heart-warming panorama of human emotions, reflecting the…
Prime trouble with Follow the Boys is its over-generosity. The running time shows that a good thing can be overdone.
Eddie Golden originally selected the title as a likely one for a picture, and then searched for a yarn [by director Herbert J. Biberman] to pin it to in order to dramatically show the arrogance and…