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After spending three years on Broadway as a hit comedy, The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956) was brought to the screen as an MGM film. The story takes place right after WWII in 1945. Captain Fisby (Glenn Ford) is assigned to Okinawa to build...

Is a plot really necessary when a film has lavish musical numbers, gorgeous costumes, two beautiful leading ladies and a debonair leading man? Maybe not, but the plot makes the film even better, as is the case in That Night in Rio. Released in 1941...

It's not often that one gets a little extra thought with his or her sci-fi B-movie, and it's even less often that such low-key profundity is executed rather well in a film of this kind. The 27th Day came out in the Golden Age of low-budget ...

It's not often that film noirs are allowed to escape their essential dark alleyways and lowbrow dives. Once in a blue moon these stories can surpass expectations, which is the case with 1942's This Gun for Hire. As the film begins it looks ...

Although it didn't receive any major awards, 3:10 To Yuma (1957) is considered on e of the best westerns of the 1950s. Glenn Ford starred as the self-assured villain Ben Wade and Van Heflin as the honorable and downtrodden Dan Evans who must es...

The recent James Bond picture Quantum of Solace arrived to a chorus of jeers from many fans. These critics complained that the film lakced fun; that the filmmakers tried to imitate more modern action heroes instead of allowing Bond to be his usual ...

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) is one of the few James Bond movies that little is heard about. Dr. No, Goldfinger and even Casino Royale have been talked about to death, but this one, featuring Pierce Brosnan as 007 and the great Jonathan Pryce as his ...

The best film noirs have been the result of a harmonious connection between story and style. A movie can look as dark and shadowy as it pleases, but it's all for naught if it's lacking a thematic backbone. This is what places 1958's Tou...

John Wayne turns in another bigger-than-life persona while Ann Margret's sizzle consumes the screen in The Train Robbers (1972). This action/adventure/comedy classic, is a variation of a tale told many times before, but this telling is a deli...

In the 1948 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, the adventure is built on the pursuit of all that  glitters. Even before H. Rider Haggard's Allan Quatermain set off in search of King Solomon's mines, tales were told of men who sought riches a...

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