Medium Cool (1969)
"The mass media message is still relevant in this groundbreaking 1969 film."
"Dreadful Billy Jack sequel to sequel, and enough already."
Ernest in the Army (1998)
"Is this Ernest 17 or 18? Matters not, since they are all Jim Varney the same."
Cat Ballou (1965)
"A drunk Lee Marvin on a horse to match makes this comedy western classic."
Silver Streak (1976)
"Unfortunately this 30+ year old comedy-murder mystery has dated, but Wilder and Pryor are great in first pairing."
Song Without End (1960)
"The great music is THE thing in this musical biography."
"Unfunny, at times morose, comedy-drama about standup comics."
Cinderella Liberty (1973)
"Great character studies highlight this James Caan vehicle."
Mr. Music (1950)
"Tuneful Crosby musical w/not so memorable tunes."
It Should Happen to You (1954)
"Early Jack Lemmon comedy with real star power by Judy Holliday."
"Colorful, but full of falsehoods, story of Houdini. Curtis is pretty good."
Nothing Sacred (1937)
"Classically funny Wellman screwball comedy starring wonderful Lombard, equalled by March."
Smallville - Season 1 (2003)
"Surprisingly fun, interesting angle on comic book hero early years."
"Pedestrian Disney, basis for TV series with Richard Todd."
Quiz Show (1994)
"Both dramatically and historically important with fine turns by Fiennes and Turturro, directed by Redford."
The Hot Rock (1972)
"OK Redford caper flick directed by Peter Yates."
The Dark Command (1940)
"Above average western covering the Quantrill territory, full of fiction over fact, and starring John Wayne and Roy Rogers."
Bachelor Party (1984)
"Forgettable Tom Hanks comedy made early on."
It Came from Outer Space (1953)
"Among top five of 1950s sci-fi classics, starring great effects along with Richard Carlson."
The Grifters (1990)
"Clever writing and fine cast make this tale of thieves among us fun to watch."
"Fascinating to see this first season before all characters were fully realized; one of all time best comedy series."
The Fighting 69th (1940)
"Among best of Cagney-O'Brien Warner team-ups, this one set in WWI."
The West Point Story (1950)
"Cagney rises above musical material, and even dances!"
"Unnecessary sequel is nonetheless entertaining; Roddy Mcdowall back in simian shape."
The Spoilers (1942)
"Rough and tumble John Wayne flick highlighted by brawl with Randolph Scott."
Love Me Or Leave Me (1955)
"Truthfully told musical saga of '20s singer Ruth Etting with fine turn by Doris Day; Cagney eats up scenery."
What Price Glory? (1952)
"Cagney and Dailey go at it in the yelling department; fun John Ford WWI story."
"All time horror classic starring Lugosi; still creepy as blazes."
The Master of Ballantrae (1953)
"Later day Flynn, who has swashed better buckles."
The Blue Bird (1940)
"Colorful, but failed attempt to emulate fantasy world of "Wizard of Oz," starring Shirley Temple."
King Ralph (1991)
"Interesting premise of Goodman becoming King works as fairly funny comedy."
"Fascinating allegory with war, death themes and little boy who won't grow up."
"It put Glenn Ford on the movie star map, and reinforced Rita Hayworth's seamy stardom."
Missing in Action (1984)
"The best of Chuck Norris in film, and that isn't saying much."
Elephant Walk (1954)
"Until the elephants actually stampede the palace, this Liz Taylor vehicle is pretty talky drama."
The Goodbye Girl (1977)
"Dreyfuss got his Oscar for this Neil Simon romantic comedy costarring Marsha Mason."
The Major and the Minor (1942)
"Early Billy Wilder comedy starring Ginger Rogers, Ray Milland."
"Colorful John Wayne Africa-based yarn w/slapstick, adventure, animals, and great Mancini score."
Planet of the Apes TV Series (2001)
"Pretty tedious TV take on hit movies w/McDowall only movie tie."
The Killing of Sister George (1968)
"Talky, exploitive (for 1968) drama focusing on lesbianism."
"More fun than expected sci-fi, cop flick starring Jean-Claude for kicks."
Young Guns II (1990)
"Expected western sequel w/young Hollywood cast."
"Great to see very late Cagney in solid Milos Forman film."
The Crossing Guard (1995)
"So-so character study directed by Sean Penn, featuring Jack Nicholson, Robin Wright."
"One of short series that gave James Karen his place in horror movie history."
Jazz on a Summer's Day (1960)
"Loaded with jazz greats, documentary chronicles jazz festival, features Satchmo, Chuck Berry, many others."
The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
"Pedestrian Disney cartoon w/nice Vincent Price voice-over."
Hardware Wars (2009)
"Semi-classic send-up of "Star Wars," produced very cheaply, but that's its charm."
Separate Tables (1958)
"Very strong, controversial (for 1958) drama starring Hayworth, Kerr."
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)
"Modern comedy classic w/Robin Williams in and out of drag."