A romantic problem play interestingly played by the fascinating Greta Garbo, treated in a manner of high drama. The original [play by Luigi Pirandello] hasn't been broadly hoked in the manner that…
Film is pretty completely lacking in anything resembling dramatic force, and what plot is present is largely synthetic, particularly in the closing sequence, but in the place of drama there is an…
William Powell is the entire picture as an East Side New York attorney, but in Joan Blondell as his secretary he has the wrong type opposite. The two don't seem to stack up right together though…
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All auto-race pictures lead to Indianapolis, and there is no deviation from that schedule here.
The fundamental story is that a brilliant scientist turns himself into an ogre who goes upon orgies of lust and murder in peaceful London, all in a misguided frenzy of scientific research, and after…
Familiar plot stuff, but done so expertly it almost overcomes the basic script shortcomings and the familiar hot-love-in-the-isolated-tropics theme [from the play by Wilson Collison].
First screen appearance of John and Lionel Barrymore together and their fine acting lifts the production to a high artistic level.
Religion triumphant over paganism. And the soul is stronger than the flesh. Religion gets the breaks, even though its followers all get killed in this picture. It's altogether a moral victory.
The episodes depicting what certain individuals would do if they had $1 million are not without their moments, some, of course, more effective than others. With so many cooks concerned, this…
It's an all-star show with a flock of the biggest air favorites. Bing Crosby, Burns and Allen, Kate Smith, Boswell Sisters, Arthur Tracy (The Street Singer), Donald Novis, and the Vincent Lopez and…