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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....

LACKS AN INTERESTING STORY - The 1973 Blume in Love is about a divorce lawyer who faces his own worst nightmare when he must draw up his own divorce papers. With its tagline, "A love story for guys who cheat on their wives," and th...

Love him or hate him for his politics, there's no denying that Elia Kazan could make one heck of a film. Pictures like On the Waterfront and A Streetcar Named Desire remain as true classics. One of his earliest films is 1947's Boomerang, st...

Brigadoon (1954) embodies the movie's theme of enchantment from the very first shot. The way the scene is masterfully lit by cinematographer Joseph Ruttenberg is  beautifully enhanced. The sun slowly moves over elements of the sleepy town of Br...

There's hardly a more powerful force than a mother's love for her child. But what if there isn't a real child and the supposedly mother is somewhat cuckoo? This corker of a premise serves as the backbone for director Otto Preminger'...

The slasher genre had been alive and kicking for a good few years before The Burning (1981) came along, but even at this early stage in the game, its summer camp setting felt pretty old hat. Starring Brian Mathews, Leah Ayres, Jason Alexander, Fish...

Cabaret (1972) wasn't the world's first offbeat musical, and it's far from the last. It certainly got the ball rolling, encouraging everything from Rocky Horror to Repo! The Genetic Opera to explore the genre's more sordid side. Bob...

Cabin In The Sky (1943) was Vincente Minnelli's (An American in Paris, Gigi), film debut as a director, and perceived at the time as an early attempt by Hollywood to feature African-Americans and their culture through quaint folktales and lots of m...

What do you do when you've embezzled a whole lot of money and the auditors are breathing down your neck? The quick and easy solution is to hire a penniless playboy to impersonate a Russian prince to court an American heiress. In  Café...

In Call of the Wild (1935) Jack Thornton (Clark Gable) heads to the Alaskan Yukon and gets hooked on two things - finding gold and getting a winning hand at the card table. Neither seems to be coming his way until he rescues a sled dog from being s...

  

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