Douglas Fairbanks' prime portrayal is as the antiquated knight who is finally disillusioned as the arch-heartbreaker when he must bow to his years and recognize that his amorous porch-climbing career…
Difficult, beforehand, to reconcile the idea of Irvin Cobb's Judge Priest with Will Rogers. Cobb's long series of stories have suggested another type; portly, slightly pompous on occasion and…
The Cat's Paw is a big departure for Harold Lloyd in that it is the most adult comedy yet attempted by him.
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
Flirtation Walk is bright and diverting entertainment in which the musical sequences [dance numbers directed by Bobby Connolly, music and lyrics by Allie Wrubel and Mort Dixon] are logically worked…
Viva Villa! is a corking western. It's a big, impressive production which sets out to make Wallace Beery's Pancho Villa appear as a somewhat sympathetic and quasi-patriotic bandit.
Sam Goldwyn brilliantly launches a new star in a not so brilliant vehicle. Anna Sten has beauty, glamour, charm, histrionic ability (although there are a couple of moments which seemed a bit beyond…
A powerful yarn of espionage during the early days of the Russian revolution. Leslie Howard and Kay Francis handle the two chief roles tellingly. Story comes from a novel by R. H. Bruce Lockhart…
From almost any standpoint, The Painted Veil is a bad picture. It's clumsy, dull and long-winded. It's mostly the fault of the scripters. Yarn is so confused in the telling as to be almost hopeless…
Jimmy the Gent is good fun. James Cagney pops Allen Jenkins, his dumb cluck stooge, every time he gets sore. It's expert, thorough-going, typically Cagney manhandling. And good for plenty of laughs.
Story is confused and confusing, and while with the aid of heavily-shadowed lighting and mausoleum-like architecture, a certain eeriness has been achieved, it's all a poor imitation of things seen…