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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 Academy Award-nomination  for A Fish Called Wanda (1...

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&...

A SUMMER ROMANCE SAGA - Romance, adultery and the drama of two teens falling in love even after discovering one of their parents had an affair with the other parent years before, all made the 1959 A Summer Place irresistible. Its beautiful a...

While some pictures opt to combine humor and horror with subtlety, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) couldn't care less about how much noise it makes. Let's face it, Bud and Lou were the blunt instruments of comedy, unapolog...

If there's anyone who could use a good ribbing, it's Sherlock Holmes. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's celebrated creation has been depicted with such steadfast seriousness for so long, it's about time a touch of humor was employed. Comedy ...

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...

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...

If Alfred Hitchcock is considered to be the Master of Suspense, then by all means should Agatha Christie be declared Mistress of the same arena. Her works of mystery have sparked countless stage and screen adaptations, one of the best-known being 1...

WELL-MADE WITH A FILM NOIR STYLE - Otto Preminger's 1952 melodrama Angel Face was more enjoyable than I expected. Jean Simmons and Robert Mitchum offer compelling performances in this well-directed film noir. Robert Mitchum plays Frank J...

 SENSATIONAL  DRAMA, TERRIFIC THRILLS AND SUSPENSE!  Angels With Dirty Faces reminds us of what true classic gangster films were all about. James Cagney, Pat O'Brien, Humphrey Bogart and Ann Sheridan star in Angels With Dirty Faces (1938) in...

  

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