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Before mad doctors and perversions of science ruled the roost, Universal Studios stocked its monster roster with the finest creatures folklore had to offer. Those beasts that thrived in campfire tales now got to stalk the silver screen, not the lea...

West Side Story (1961) is considered by many fans as the most cinematic of all movie musicals. The melodramatic musical, based on the Broadway play of 1957, takes its story from the pages of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet's tragedy of feudi...

No other type of film defines the action genre quite like the "guys on a mission" movie. With a minimum of plot development and characterizations, these flicks dive right into the adventure from the get-go. Yet 1968's Where Eagles Dar...

Monsters of moonlight have come and gone, but 1941's The Wolf Man remains leader of the pack. Though legends of unspeakable beasts have thrived for ages, it was here where Universal Pictures convinced audiences that even the pure in heart ran t...

In The Woman in the Window (1944) Prof. Richard Wanley (Edward G. Robinson) lectures his college students about the psychology of murderous impulses, never dreaming he might succumb to such an impulse himself. The film also stars Raymond Massey, Jo...

With the tagline, "A man never forgets. A man pays his debts," and starring Robert Mitchum and Ken Takakura, The Yakuza (1975) is surprisingly an entertaining crime drama that layers the intrigue so delicately we hardly realize we're ...

Dandy certainly describes the footwork of the agile and energetic James Cagney in Yankle Doodle Dandy,  the 1941 patriotic and fun musical starring James Cagney as a singing, dancing fool exceptionally light on his feet. You'll be singing &quo...

In You're Telling Me (1934) W. C. Fields serves up his usual witty humor as Sam Bisbee, an inventor whose projects include a nose lifter-upper and a keyhole finder for drunks. Unfortunately Sam's inventions have not brought him prosperit...

Although Young Man With A Horn, directed by legendary Michael Curtiz who directed more than 170 movies in a stellar, half-century career, is not by definition a musical, the best thing about the film is the music. Standards such as "The Man I ...

In The Young Philadelphians (1959) love, mistrust, greed, humor and even murder abound in this intriguing film with its excellent cast including Paul Newman, Barbara Rush, Brian Keith and Robert Vaughn. When a struggling law student (Paul Newman) f...

  

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