This is an exquisitely played, deeply moving comedy-drama. It is a happy combination of young love, sharp cleancut humor and tear-jerker. David O. Selznick's production leaves no sagging at the seams.
Film version of the Rodgers and Hart  musical has been considerably embellished in its transfer to the screen. Basic idea is there, and two songs are retained. Otherwise, it's a greatly…
The Hound of the Baskervilles retains all of the suspensefully dramatic ingredients of Conan Doyle's popular adventure of Sherlock Holmes. It's a startling mystery-chiller developed along logical…
Author Robert Sherwood, in preparing his own screenplay, deftly added an entertaining prolog establishing the early meeting and a one-night affair between Clark Gable and Norma Shearer in Omaha as…
Of the three co-stars this is Al Jolson's picture. But it's not much of a filmusical. It's primarily a story deficiency. Nunnally Johnson did the screenplay and production, although original by John…
Destry Rides Again is anything but a super-western. It's just plain, good entertainment [from an original story by Felix Jackson suggested by Max Brand's novel], primed with action and laughs and…
This is a workmanlike job. Previous Saint pix, with George Sanders in his standard role, were made in Hollywood.
Leo McCarey's initial production for RKO as a producer-director offers an entirely new approach to accepted technique. Basically, it's the regulation formula of boy-meets-girl [story by McCarey and…
The Marx Bros. revert to the rousing physical comedy and staccato gag dialog of their earlier pictures in At the Circus.
Jack Buchanan plays a private detective for a large insurance company, and never takes anything seriously, even murder. He's ably partnered with Edward Everett Horton as his brother in the farcical…