Picture proves that a book that attracts a good deal of attention isn't necessarily screen material. Conflict is the feud between a southern cotton planter (landowner) and tenant farmer (here…
Title is borrowed from the Val Lewton best-seller, No Bed of Her Own, which was originally bought for Clark Gable and Miriam Hopkins. After considerable trouble adapting the Lewton story for the…
Standout here is the smash impression made by Katharine Hepburn in her first picture assignment. She has a vital something that sets her apart from the picture galaxy.
Fantastic would-be thriller [from a story by Richard Connell] whose efforts at horrifying are not very effective.
In Hell's Highway the entire action, with the exception of one scene, occurs in and around a prison camp in some southern state; the preponderance of the convict labor is negro. The convicts have…
Norma Shearer who shoulders the brunt of the histrionic burden, somehow misses in a vacillating characterization which was made necessarily so, for censor purposes alone, if nothing else. As for…
On the face of it, this film represents six reels of scraped together footage from off the cutting room floor. A more vague or hopeless mess could not have resulted.
It's a fan magazine-ish interpretation of Hollywood plus a couple of twists. A waitress becomes a picture star, marries a wealthy playboy, loses him and gets him back when her screen career founders…
Edgar Allan Poe wouldn't recognize his story, which drops everything but the gorilla killer and the title, completely changes the characters, motives and developments, and is sexed up to the limit…
Interesting film material comes from warden Lewis E. Lawes' book of memoirs of prison administration [adapted by Courtenay Terrett and Robert Lord]. While it may take some liberties and overstep…
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Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes3Weekend:$16.4M Fox