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      Rating Title | Year Author Quote
      My Four Years in Germany (1918) Harriette Underhill The picture is simply history presented in an unusually attractive way, and unless we are much mistaken it is going to fill [theaters] for some time to come.
      Posted Nov 16, 2022
      The Toll of the Sea (1922) Harriette Underhill In color and in production it is one of the loveliest, daintiest pieces of art work that you could find.
      Posted Oct 21, 2022
      The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919) Harriette Underhill The picture sets itself the task of raising your hair from your head, and it succeeds from the moment the actors appear in the prologue.
      Posted Oct 03, 2022
      Upstairs (1919) Harriette Underhill If you are as fond of Mabel Normand as we are, go to see Upstairs at the Strand this week. If not, stay away, for the picture is devoted almost entirely to the exploitation of her peculiar and, to us, most fetching sort of humor.
      Posted Jun 02, 2021
      Experience (1921) Harriette Underhill We are quite sure that in spite of the marvelously beautiful photography in some of the scenes and the lavishness of the production we should not care for Experience if we had not found our youth in Richard Barthelmess.
      Posted May 19, 2021
      Romeo and Juliet (1916) Harriette Underhill As a picture it was interesting, and would have furnished a splendid entertainment if one had never heard of Shakespeare.
      Posted Mar 05, 2021
      The Miracle (1912) Trib Staff It is a combination of grand opera and mediaeval miracle play shown in... motion pictures. If such a hybrid promises to reproduce the best qualities of both parents it may also be expected to display some of the faults to which the flesh of each is heir.
      Posted Feb 26, 2021
      The Edison Minstrels (1913) Trib Staff The possibilities of the invention are perhaps its most interesting feature.
      Posted Jan 29, 2021
      The Bar Sinister (1917) Harriette Underhill Nothing more entertaining and altogether artistic has been seen in a long time.
      Posted Jan 25, 2021
      The Fall of a Nation (1916) Trib Staff It is so trivial that seven dozen pictures like it would not send a single patriotic thrill down the spine nor accelerate one's pulse beats by so much ha a semi-quaver. A film, like a play, needs something more than an American flag to make it thrilling.
      Posted Nov 20, 2020
      The Splendid Sinner (1918) Heywood Broun Strangely enough, a silent Mary Garden is not nearly so effective as a singing one.
      Posted Nov 12, 2020
      Deliverance (1919) Harriette Underhill Of course, every one knows in a general way that, though lacking sight, the power to hear, or speak, Helen Keller became one of the best educated women in the world, but one cannot realize enormousness of that task until one has seen the journey.
      Posted Nov 10, 2020
      Treasure Island (1920) Trib Staff The cave scenes and all the battle scenes between the pirate crew and the Englishmen who headed the expedition in search of the buried gold were done with a realism which sent chills down the spine and gasps through the dark. ened theater.
      Posted Nov 05, 2020
      The Gray Horizon (1919) Virginia Tracy The picture has force, genuine emotional force, and a tonic, tense excitement.
      Posted Oct 24, 2020
      Wildcat of Paris (1919) Harriette Underhill The picture diverts even if it does not convince.
      Posted Oct 21, 2020
      Brewster's Millions (1921) Harriette Underhill This picture needs no criticism, for every one knows the story of Brewster's Millions, and every one knows Roscoe, once Fatty.
      Posted Oct 21, 2020
      A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1921) Trib Staff Just how A Connecticut Yankee could have been better produced, all things considered, is hard to imagine.
      Posted Oct 21, 2020
      Cabiria (1914) Harriette Underhill Although it was made so long ago, the photoplay seems to be as fine as anything we have now.
      Posted Oct 19, 2020
      Cabiria (1914) Trib Staff Cabiria is an epoch making production, superior in every way even to Quo Vadis?
      Posted Oct 16, 2020
      The Golem (1920) Harriette Underhill Paul Wegener directed the picture, and he also play the title role and it is a marvelous piece of work. The story is beautifully done.
      Posted Oct 13, 2020
      The Ghost of Slumber Mountain (1918) Harriette Underhill It is something different from anything we have see on the screen. Dawley goes to sleep and dreams that he is living in prehistoric times. And all kinds of animals appear. Mastodons and horned lizards and dinosaurs. We should like to know how it was done.
      Posted Oct 08, 2020
      The Battle Cry of Peace (1915) Heywood Broun There are thrills by the yard, horrors slowly Is drawn out inch by inch and not few feet of good comedy. The achievements of the camera are remarkable.
      Posted Sep 28, 2020
      The Breath of the Gods (1920) Trib Staff The scenic photographs throughout the production are unusually true, and the directing of the young Japanese men and women handling different parts shows rare skill.
      Posted Sep 14, 2020
      Remodeling Her Husband (1920) Trib Staff [Lillian Gish] remains invisible and leaves the spotlight to sister Dorothy, whose acting captivates the filmgoer. But absent though she is from the screen, Lillian's directing hand is seen throughout the picture.
      Posted Sep 09, 2020
      Ravished Armenia (1919) Harriette Underhill The photography is excellent and some of the scenes are beautiful and picturesque, but most of it is extremely harrowing, and it runs for more than an hour and a half.
      Posted Sep 05, 2020
      Hearts of the World (1918) Harriette Underhill Every character in the play is real. Either Mr. Griffith has a genius for selecting his casts or else he has the power to infuse in his actors something of his own genius.
      Posted Aug 13, 2020
      The Horitz Passion Play (1897) Trib Staff The moving pictures were commendably clear, presenting sometimes scenes of considerable duration.
      Posted Aug 03, 2020
      Carmen (1915) Heywood Broun In fact, the scenes throughout, considered solely as scenes, are handled with much skill, but there is a great deal to be desired in the presentation of the story. Much of the scenario is murky.
      Posted Jul 25, 2020
      Neptune's Daughter (1914) Trib Staff Neptune's Daughter demonstrates a fact which has been too much overlooked by motion picture producers, namely, that one of the greatest appeals of the films is found in their power to show effects utterly impossible on the stage.
      Posted Jul 24, 2020
      Trifling Women (1922) Harriette Underhill Ramon Navarro seems to us to make every man who ever wore the hero's laurels look to his wreath. He is sincere, extremely handsome, and his acting is facile and intelligent.
      Posted Jul 23, 2020
      The Life of General Villa (1914) Trib Staff True, there are no close-up views of a man ramming a bayonet down another man's throat, such as one sees in the fiction war pictures, but there are scenes showing real fighting as It la done now. The films are an important achievement.
      Posted Jul 18, 2020
      One Glorious Day (1922) Harriette Underhill Mr. Rogers's performance as Ezra is absolutely inspired. As you watch him in the different moods you feel that he is nearly as good an actor as Charlie Chaplin.
      Posted Jul 18, 2020
      Hamlet (1921) Harriette Underhill [Hamlet] is the most fascinating picture I ever have seen. That I can state without reservations.
      Posted Jul 07, 2020
      Carmen (1915) Heywood Broun Undoubtedly Miss Farrar has never acted so well as she does in the screen version of Carmen.
      Posted Jul 02, 2020
      Daughter of the Gods (1916) Heywood Broun One general rule has been observed throughout the picture, and it is an excellent one. When in doubt, the director told himself, threw Miss Kellerman into the water.
      Posted Jun 27, 2020
      Strictly Business (1962) Harriette Underhill Strictly Business is a delightful little play from the O. Henry story of the same name.
      Posted Jun 24, 2020
      Forbidden Paths (1917) Harriette Underhill With the talents of Sessue Hayakawa and the beauty of Vivian Martin it would seem that Forbidden Paths... should be a whole lot better than it is.
      Posted Apr 14, 2020
      Madame Jealousy (1918) Harriette Underhill Madame Jealousy could be much better than it is, but at that it is much better than it might be, because those allegorical pictures are difficult things to handle.
      Posted Apr 09, 2020
      Men Who Have Made Love to Me (1918) Harriette Underhill Mary MacLane has personality. Also, we believe that she is the sort of woman whom other women are mad about or hate intensely. We believe, too, that many more men may have made love to Mary than those which are depicted on the screen.
      Posted Apr 07, 2020
      The Passion Play of Oberammergau (1900) Trib Staff [The film doesn't] even approach a close imitation of the Oberammergau play... [but] these pictures have their own excellencies, and they are quite capable of standing on their own bottom, and should be allowed to do so.
      Posted Jan 29, 2020
      The Child Thou Gavest Me (1921) Virginia Tracy You cannot eat your cake and keep it; you cannot make your heroine a sympathy catcher through the miseries of indissoluble marriage and yet hand her her divorce on, so to speak, her wedding night.
      Posted Jan 16, 2020
      Mother Eternal (1921) Harriette Underhill Mr. Abramson wrote and directed the picture himself and he has done well.
      Posted Dec 30, 2019
      Sacred and Profane Love (1921) Harriette Underhill It is probable that with some one else [besides Elsie Ferguson] in the leading role we should not have cared for this picture, but as it is presented it held us spellbound.
      Posted Dec 30, 2019
      O'Malley of the Mounted (1921) Harriette Underhill It is an excellent picture, perfect in every detail, but there are no surprises in it.
      Posted Dec 30, 2019
      The Blooming Angel (1920) Ishbel M. Ross It is far-fetched to the point of absurdity, but it is also thoroughly amusing.
      Posted Dec 27, 2019
      Polly with a Past (1920) Harriette Underhill Polly is not nearly so effective on the screen as she was on the stage, and how charming Ina Claire was as Polly, with her pretty ways and her pretty French accent. But Miss Claire does not screen well and the lighting was bad.
      Posted Dec 24, 2019
      Traveling Salesman (1921) Harriette Underhill It is too long in getting started and too much abbreviated at the end when things really begin to happen.
      Posted Dec 23, 2019
      The Kingdom of Youth (1918) Harriette Underhill It is just a thoroughly entertaining story, well produced and delightfully acted.
      Posted Dec 23, 2019
      Such a Little Pirate (1918) Harriette Underhill Whatever [Roberts] does is artistic and satisfying.
      Posted Dec 23, 2019
      Arizona (1918) Harriette Underhill Arizona makes a delightful picture.
      Posted Dec 18, 2019
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