It is one of those pretty little Cinderella stories where the poor shop girl marries the wealthy owner of the big department store in which she works. Elinor Glyn makes her debut as a picture actress.
Ernst Lubitsch took his tongue out of his cheek when he directed this special [based on the 1924 operetta by Dorothy Donnelly and Sigmund Romberg from the novel by Wilhelm Meyer-Forster]. He had to…
Plenty of hoke in this Mary Pickford [based on a novel by Kathleen Norris]. It's the old tear-behind-the-smile, clean, wholesome, family type of fun.
Even before going into details on Chang [Thai for 'elephant'], mention must be made of the camerawork, primarily the photography, fine under the conditions it must have been taken in and around, and…
No specific punch to this initial made-in-the-USA Emil Jannings release. It really amounts to a study by the star of a middle class character who succumbs, just once, to the feminine and must forever…
7th Heaven [based on Austin Strong's play] is a great big romantic, gripping and red-blooded story told in a straight-from-the-shoulder way.
A good Lon Chaney film that might have been great. The tale concerns an armless fakir in a gypsy circus who loves the proprietor's daughter. The girl has come to detest all men for their constant…
Underwoorld, without mentioning Chicago as the scene of the ensuing maching-gun warfare between the crooks and cops, evidently is a page out of Ben Hecht's underworld acquaintance with the Cicero and…
Tremendous is The King of Kings - tremendous in its lesson, in the daring of its picturization for a commercial theatre and tremendous in its biggest scene, the Crucifixion of Christ.
Harold Lloyd has clicked again with The Kid Brother, about as gaggy a gag picture as he has ever done. It is just a series of gags, one following the other, some funny and others funnier.
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