Philip Barry's play, Holiday, in film form was a smash hit in the Depression's depth in 1930. Futility of riches is the topic and Donald Ogden Stewart and Sidney Buchman, who wrote this version, have…
Three Loves Has Nancy is a completely daffy, reasonably entertaining romp by Janet Gaynor, Robert Montgomery, Franchot Tone and a group of familiar supporting players.
There are enough requisites in this English melodrama [from a novel by Winifred Holtby] to excite attention. It is fairly familiar matter - the spoiled child whose father fears she will grow up to be…
Supposedly killed by the police long ago, the gendarme mystifier, Lupin, a character created (and used before in films) by Maurice Leblanc is found by the writers of this original to have merely…
An elderly English governess, homeward bound, disappears from a transcontinental train, and a young girl, who says she recently received a blow on the head, is confronted by numerous other passengers…
Produced on a scale of incomparable splendor and extravagance, Marie Antoinette approaches real greatness as cinematic historical literature.
Adventures of Tom Sawyer is in Technicolor and contains visual beauty and appeal in addition to a faithful and nearly literal adaptation of the Mark Twain story.
Garden of the Moon is a bright musical, due principally to the sparkling Harry Warren and Al Dubin and Johnny Mercer tunes, an ebullient script and the exceptionally adept direction of Busby Berkeley.
There must have been some reason for making this picture, but it certainly isn't in the cause of entertainment. It provides a dull interlude, despite the draught of the star names.
Room Service with the Marx Bros will satisfy on the laugh score. There may be captious ones who'll miss (1) Groucho's standard rasslin' with a femme via-a-vis; (2) Harpo's harp solo; (3) Chico's…