Lucky Me (1954)
"OK if pedestrian Warner Bros romantic comedy starring Doris Day and Robert Cummings."
"Seldom seen, but GREAT little film directed by Joseph H. Lewis. Cummins and Dahl are perfect as Bonnie and Clyde types."
Barefoot in the Park (1967)
"Dated yes, but still joy to see Redford and Fonda early in careers."
The Mole People (1956)
"Give me a Universal horror flick from the '50s any time, and include John Agar."
Stars and Stripes Forever (1952)
"Great Sousa marches, credible acting by Clifton Webb make this a must see."
"Let's make it an old ending! Enough slashing and dicing!"
A Guide for the Married Man (1967)
"Extremely politically incorrect (endorsing infidelity) w/huge cast of comedians."
"Fine, disturbing Hitchcock near classic w/Connery and Hedren in good form."
Good News (1947)
"Bouncy MGM college-themed musical sparkles with June Allyson."
"Ray Milland in low budget Roger Corman horror-fest."
"More of same slap-shtick w/familiar cast of goofballs."
King Kong (1976)
"Not as bad as reputed, this Kong has some good moments + great Barry score."
Up in Arms (1944)
"Par excellance Danny Kaye in first film; and very WWII in spirit, theme."
What's Eating Gilbert Grape (1993)
"Quite wonderful character study, great acting turns by Depp and DiCaprio, among others."
The Devil Bat (1940)
"Horror fluff noted for Lugosi starring role."
La Cage aux Folles (1979)
"Fun & gay, literally, based on hit Broadway show."
Orchestra Wives (1942)
"The Glenn Miller Orchestra is THE reason to catch this WWII musical."
Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936)
"Still entertaining drama, though dated, starring Bartholomew and Rooney, two great child actors of the time."
Lock Up (1989)
"Vicious, violent story set in corrupt prison, starring Stallone and Sutherland."
"Hard as nails Anthony Mann noir classic starring Dennis O'Keefe and June Lockhart."
The Shaggy D.A. (1976)
"Sequel dog time with leashed laughs."
Air Force (1943)
"Gritty, emotional actioner made at height of WWII. Strong cast."
Mr. Mom (1983)
"Now pretty sexist comedy with Michael Keaton assuming household duties."
"Fine later Flynn, pairing him with brilliant child actor Dean Stockwell."
"Give me Rodan or Godzilla, but forget a giant moth!"
Johnny Dangerously (1984)
"Keaton in starring role helps, but overall average laughs."
Ernest Goes to Camp (1987)
"Typical, typical Ernest nonsense, cookie cutter funny."
Thank God It's Friday (1978)
"Forgettable '70s musical fluff, over produced, not that listenable."
10,000 B.C. (2008)
"CGI effects are letter perfect believable. The opening mastodon hunt/stampede is as good as effects seen in the recent 'King Kong,' greatly enhancing the film."
Batman: The Movie (1966)
"Campy, colorful fun with the Caped Crusader plus several of his TV villains."
Empire of the Sun (1987)
"One of Spielberg's best films, yet seldom shown."
The Odd Couple II (1998)
"An afterthought, but fun to see Lemmon and Matthau again."
"Shoot 'em up gangsters, Prohibition era, via Roger Corman."
Squanto: A Warrior's Tale (1994)
"Interesting, more a docudrama, tale of famous Native American Squanto."
The Public Enemy (1931)
"Top notch Cagney gangster flick with memorable final scene."
The Outlaw (1943)
"Stagey, not that well written, acted or directed (by Howard Hughes) western. More infamous than good."
Kid Galahad (1962)
"So typical Elvis musical with so-so songs."
Murders in the Rue Morgue (1992)
"Robert Florey's atmospheric horror tale, starring Bela Lugosi."
"Creepy, Twilight Zone-type tale starring Rock Hudson, directed by John Frankenheimer."
"OK Lone Ranger western, but inferior to great Clayton Moore first Ranger feature."
Voodoo Woman (1992)
"Low budget horror-zombie production from 1957."
Knights of the Round Table (1954)
"Lavish MGM King Arthur tale featuring Robert Taylor and jousting galore."
The Joy Luck Club (1993)
"Well mounted adaptation of best seller."
Queen Kelly (1929)
"Gloria Swanson in one of her more famous roles, directed by Von Stroheim."
"O'Neill's play transformed beautifully into Hepburn, Robards vehicle."
Funny Bones (1995)
"Odd drama about eccentric show biz family, featuring Jerry Lewis in rare dramatic role."
Sophie's Choice (1982)
"Stunning to the max, and Streep is memorable as Sophie."
"Pure cartoon nostalgia for the '70s kids/now adults."
"Typical Raquel Welch bounce and leer action from her heydey."
How the West Was Won (1963)
"Immense, sprawling western epic loaded with great stars, acting, music, direction."