Technically superior, if overly sentimental, Somewhere in Time will appeal to the feminine strain in those women who have been confronted mercilessly by the Clayburghian figure, i.e., one of independence and confusion.
The Wizard is here to delight the kids Oldsters, too, should enjoy Dorothy's adventures with the scarecrow, Tin Woodman and the Cowardly Lion in th... Read more...
Mel Brooks' Spaceballs may not be quite in the league of Blazing Saddles, it is sharp enough to make it clear that Brooks is back in fine form.
Ulcers bothering? Try Silly Putty by Glenn Williams Well, sir, I'm here to tell you that in the past couple of days I've had more fun than the o... Read more...
In “Young Frankenstein” Mel Brooks does for the horror movie what he did earlier for the Western in “Blazing Saddles.” The result is a very, very funny movie.
A 17-year-old, bored high school youth teams up with a zonked out inventor to fly a DeLorean car back in time. That’s the original, charming concept of Back to the Future, the latest pleasantry on the summer fantasy trail.
Science fiction television: The future is now Let's get something politically correct here: real aficionados abbreviate science fiction as "SF," no... Read more...
'I refer to the series as a 'people' comedy, rather than a situation comedy, because the show is so real,' says Brady Bunch creator Sherwood Schwartz.
Find out about the lost silent film, 'The Dramatic Life of Abraham Lincoln,' said to be a dignified and reverent, but altogether entertaining, motion picture from 1924.
Sleeping Beauty is a must for a Disney fan. Most unforgettable character: The witch Maleficent. Compared to her, Dracula’s daughter was a social worker.
To say Bruce Springsteen is a singer would be like saying Roberto Clemente was a baseball player.
Bambi is pure Disney, with all that means to lovers of the world of fun, beauty and imagination which Disney has made his own.
The superb acting and detail directing took us to the refugee city of Casablanca, and there we stayed, right by the warm sides of Ingrid Bergman, Humphrey Bogart, Paul Henreid and Claude Rains. And we’re still there.
Any movie that includes a gigantic pie-throwing scene featuring 40 swishing dancers, Tarzan, Cheetah and Adolf Hitler can’t really be called ordinary. Particularly when it’s a western, set in 1874.
Hollywood has found Rock Hudson. And Rock Hudson will play every conceivable role possible, until either he objects, or the box office begins to slump.
The Doors, musically, were somewhat a jar By Preston Reese By the time the Doors' Jim Morrison mounted the Long Beach Arena's stage Saturday, his ... Read more...
'Was it worth it?' theatrical-agent Carolyn Jones asks actor Anthony Franciosa, who has struggled to make good through this entire film...