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A Big Hand for the Little Lady (1966) is not a typical gun-slinging western but more a of character study of several members of a small town who gather yearly for a poker game. These players - Henry Fonda, Jason Robards, Burgess Meredith, Paul Ford...

The 1938 A Christmas Carol is based on Charles Dickens' timeless tale, and although I find it one of the more interesting versions, I can not say it's one of the most entertaining of the films made from this classic story. Reginald Owen sta...

Ah, Kevin Kline. His voice can wash over you like a bubble bath. Or he can create an accent that grates like a rusty hinge. His incredible acting skill was recognized with a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for A Fish Called Wanda (1988), one of the few...

A Kiss In The Dark (1949) is about uptight, temperamental, and overworked concert pianist Eric Phillips (David Niven) who after missing one note during a piano concert, slams the piano lid and states, "Its teeth are grinning at me." ...

A New Kind of Love (1963) is a mindless comedy that is supposed to be funny, but isn't. Paul Newman and real life wife Joanne Woodward star in A New Kind of Love but there's no chemistry between them and even their strong acting skills can&...

After the Thin Man (1936) is the sequel to the series first film about detectives Nick and Nora Charles, The Thin Man. After the Thin Man stars William Powell as Nick and Myrna Loy as Nora, and of course, their famous dog, Asta. The story spins aro...

Not since the original film Aladdin hit the big screen 10 years ago, has such excitement about a world of magic carpets, Genies in a lamp, and romantic adventures of likeable characters come to life. Aladdin is a DVD that will bring hours of entert...

Adapted from Robert Penn Warren's classic novel and loosely based on Governor Huey Long of Louisiana, All The King's Men (1949), remade in 2006, is about Willie Stark (Broderick Crawford), a county hick who wants his people to have what the...

By the 1940s Bette Davis had already made 43 films, and her career was well established. She had already starred with many formidable actors, but this was her first time to work with Charles Boyer. All This, and Heaven Too was adapted from Rachel F...

1979's The Amityville Horror was the original, all-American, "no, this really happened, you guys" haunted house movie. Audiences flocked in droves to see an average family beset by swarms of flies, goo dripping from the walls, an...

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