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Great music and terrific dancing certainly make "Anything Goes" (1956) worth watching. The story, screenplay by Sidney Sheldon based on the play by Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse, is trite, but who cares when Bing Crosby is singing and Do...

Film buffs know Frank Capra best as the champion of the Everyman, his works depicting a good man's fight against all that's corrupt and wrong in the world. While this may be true in the cases of It's a Wonderful Life and Mr. Smith Goes ...

Those who truly enjoy Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis' brand of humor will surely get a lot of laughs from watching Artists and Models (1955). Newbies to comedies by these iconic stars might find the plot of this film a tad too silly, but I dare an...

The Bandit of Sherwood Forest (1946) is a scant 87 minutes, and mercifully probably one-quarter of that time is taken up with watching the various factions riding through the forest. Years have passed since Robin Hood retired. But now tyranny has r...

You've seen the story a million times. Boy loves girl. Boy loses girl. Boy gets girl. Belle of the Yukon (1944), is a lightweight MGM musical which tells the trite tale with great music, gorgeous costumes and a lively cast.

Ben-Hur, one of the most ambitious epics ever filmed, earned an impressive 11 Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director (William Wyler) and Best Actor (Charlton Heston). The film has been hailed for many aspects - its grand size, incredi...

The Big Trail (1930) was John Wayne's 19th film - although some of those films were uncreditied - and in it he landed his first leading-man role. The 70mm screen print is impressive, even with its flaws. One of the first talkies, the sound in T...

Black Friday (1940) is one of the odder entries in Universal's thriller canon. The film blends together a gangster drama with a mad scientist story, creating a tale of revenge with just a tinge of the weird and supernatural added, perhaps to ba...

  Eva Bartok For some, 1964's Blood and Black Lace is the face that launched a thousand giallos. Italian filmmaker Mario Bava's A Bay of Blood has already been credited with establishing modern slasher conventio...

What can you say about almost any of Elvis Presley's movies other than they contained Elvis himself and his electrifying crooning voice that made complete idiots out of normal teenage girls. Blue Hawaii (1961), his eighth film, is no different....

  

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