Posts Tagged ‘classic film’
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MOVIE REVIEWS
 
Up the River - featured

Up the River (1930)

One of John Ford's earliest sound pictures, the jailbird comedy "Up the River" first introduced audiences to Humphrey Bogart and Spencer Tracy.
When Willie Came Marching Home - featured

When Willie Comes Marching Home (1950)

A fairly forgettable war comedy filled with goofball slapstick, except it was directed by the great John Ford at the height of his powers.

THE YEAR OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY, Linda Hunt, Mel Gibson, 1982, (c) MGM/courtesy Everett Collection

The Year of Living Dangerously (1982)

"The Year of Living Dangerously" is a grand and grim reminder of our capacities for hope and despair, and that you don't need a lot of words to convey big ideas.
None But the Brave - featured

None But the Brave (1965)

Frank Sinatra's only effort in the director's chair resulted in a ham-handed anti-war film with noble intentions but a complete lack of subtlety.

Some Came Running - featured

Some Came Running (1958)

A misguided attempt to recapture magic in a bottle, "Some Came Running" is a poor vehicle for Frank Sinatra and a narrative mess.
From the Terrace - featured

From the Terrace (1960)

This largely forgotten melodrama takes a bold look at marital infidelity and divorce, starring the great Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward.

Bedazzled - featured

Bedazzled (1967)

"Bedazzled" is a fun movie, clever and smart with a few things to say underneath the snickering.
No Way Out - featured

No Way Out (1950)

A bold examination of mid-century race relations amidst a potboiler, "No Way Out" is one of those good movies that gets better the more you think about it.