New York Post Staff

New York Post Staff
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T-Meter Title | Year
85% The Miracle (1912) The full Russian Symphony Orchestra, under Modest Altschuler, and a chorus of mixed voices combined to make the musical part of the entertainment as pleasing as were the pictures themselves, and better films than these have seldom been shown in New York. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 26, 2021
80% Merton of the Movies (1924) We think Merton will give most anyone a pleasant hour. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 4, 2021
43% The Fall of a Nation (1916) The music, composed by Victor Herbert, was a redeeming feature of an evening of balderdash. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 19, 2020
63% The Splendid Sinner (1918) The picture is a most unusual one, and has a most unusual ending. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 12, 2020
88% Deliverance (1919) The film is undoubtedly impressive and gripping, and holds the interest at all times. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 9, 2020
80% Treasure Island (1920) The scenes were realistic and the trials and tribulations of the treasure hunters made a remarkably good series of films. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 4, 2020
29% Unpardonable Sin (1919) The incidents of the novel are realistically portrayed. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 4, 2020
78% The White Heather (1919) A fight at the bottom of the sea by two divers is realistically done and made possible [by] the invention of the Williamson brothers, whose device makes undersea photography possible. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 4, 2020
100% The Great Air Robbery (1920) Few pictures, if any, have contained as many exciting moments and spectacular scenes as this, and there seemed to be no limit to the daring of Lieut. Locklear, who, besides his skill as an aviator, shows ability as a screen actor. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 22, 2020
100% Double Speed (1920) Wallace Reid, as an automobile "speed" fiend breezes through amusing predicaments in his usual nonchalant manner. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 21, 2020
96% Cabiria (1914) It should be said that the pictures have been most carefully thought out, and that there is none of the crudity and bad taste which have marred many earlier picture-spectacles. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 16, 2020
100% The Dark Angel (1925) The honors of the production belongs to tho actors. Without Ronald Colman, Vilma Banky and Wyndham Standing it Is doubtful if The Dark Angel would be anything but just another tearful motion picture about the war. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 18, 2020
33% The Alaskan (1924) The picture Is full of crudities. acting of the senior play at high school variety, and highly improbable situations. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 8, 2020
91% Cleopatra (1917) As the Siren, Miss Bara makes the most of her opportunity. Her wonderful consumes are an imposing feature, albeit a bit scanty it would seem, to have required the services of ten seamstresses, as claimed by the producers. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 4, 2020
100% The Horitz Passion Play (1897) The pictures were impressive, and the peasants who took part in the play made up in earnestness what they lacked in ability, and the interest was intense at all times. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 4, 2020
73% Prayers for Bobby (2009) The cast is just perfect -- not a missed beat. And Weaver? She puts in a performance that is right up there with her best work. - New York Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 3, 2019