Erle Cox (The Chiel)

Erle Cox (The Chiel)
Erle Cox (The Chiel)'s reviews only count toward the Tomatometer® when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): The Age (Australia)
Publications: The Age (Australia)

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
93% The Pearl (La perla) (1947) Every phase of the harrowing drama deepens its grip on the audience. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Jul 19, 2021
98% Home of the Brave (1949) James Edwards, who plays Pete Moss in the film, does a really first class lob. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 16, 2020
93% Dead of Night (1945) The audience is worked up to thrilling point with one story when it breaks to pick up another... It ls like eating a dinner in which, while you are enjoying toe fish, the plate is snatched away and poultry or dessert is substituted. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 12, 2020
92% Maria Candelaria (Xochimilco) (1944) It Is a powerful dramatic conception, but poignantly harrowing. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 8, 2020
90% Gilda (1946) The chief weight of the grim drama falls on the shoulders of Rita Hayworth, who presents Gilda with alluring skill. Glenn Ford makes Johnny a cool but likeable scoundrel, with George Macready, whose Mundson is a cold and very unllkeable scoundrel. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 25, 2020
81% To Each His Own (1946) There is much more tearful sentiment than strict moral justice in the story, which Is well handled by the cast. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 21, 2020
71% Lady on a Train (1945) Lady on a Train should stand as a classic example of miscasting a leading role. Lady in a Trance would have been a far more appropriate title. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 21, 2020
98% The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) It is not often that a film that is heralded by a blast of trumpets lives up to Its reputation, but this picture does all that, and more. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 5, 2020
95% Hamlet (1948) Add to Sir Laurence as Hamlet a cast that is equal to each role, and we have the perfect production. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 28, 2020
76% Gentleman's Agreement (1947) The film is great stuff throughout, and Is well worth seeing. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 23, 2020
95% All the King's Men (1949) The cast Is tremendous, though only three or four carry the heavy end of the log. Broderick Crawford makes a very good job as Stark, whom he portrays as a likable U.S. reprobate, in whom there are still sparks of decency. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 21, 2020
No Score Yet Landfall (1953) It makes good average entertainment. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 21, 2020
No Score Yet Ambush (1950) As a story the show is melodrama, but as a. western it breaks new ground where It has been gone over so often one would have thought that no new ground existed. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 17, 2020
No Score Yet Savage Splendor (1949) This one has an entertainment value far ahead of most of the commercial films. It Is real all through, and Is free from faking of any kind. - The Age (Australia) EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 17, 2020