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      Rating Title | Year Author Quote
      The Ocean Waif (1916) Thomas C. Kennedy No very enthusiastic remarks are prompted by the characters as the author drew them, but a great deal can be said in their favor because of an excellent portrayal or two by the players.
      Posted May 24, 2023
      The Perils of Pauline (1914) Motography Staff It is hard to class thrills which allow only a small margin for safety, but if there is such a thing as supremacy in them the sixth episode of The Perils of Pauline offers some likely-looking candidates.
      Posted Mar 22, 2023
      My Four Years in Germany (1918) John G. Payne The entire cast of principles were exceedingly well chosen and were the counterparts of the original characters whom they impersonated.
      Posted Nov 16, 2022
      The Greater Law (1917) L.M. Albright The story is well told and convincing, and the acting of Myrtle Gonzalez as Barbara Henderson, the girl who goes to Yellow Gap to avenge her brother's death, is excellent throughout.
      Posted Sep 07, 2022
      The Chalice of Courage (1915) Thomas C. Kennedy There are many opportunities for thrilling action. A horse and rider plunging over a high cliff, a factor in the plot's development, is the most exciting incident and leads up to a gripping dramatic situation.
      Posted Sep 06, 2022
      The Show Down (1917) Genevieve Harris The best feature of the picture is its well photographed and refreshing outdoor scenes. The locations are very beautiful and will be enjoyed by all. The story, too, holds the interest well and the acting is good.
      Posted Sep 06, 2022
      Southern Justice (1917) Genevieve Harris There is quite a bit of action toward the finish of the picture, and the pleasingly presented incidents, humorous and pathetic, throughout the story, maintain the interest and prevent dragginess.
      Posted Aug 29, 2022
      Neptune's Daughter (1914) Motography Staff Miss Kellerman... not only proves she is a swimmer second to none, but also that she possesses dramatic talent, can dance in a wonderful fashion, and fence with no little skill.
      Posted Jun 24, 2022
      The Galley Slave (1915) Neil G. Caward There's a new Theda Bara on the screen.
      Posted Jan 13, 2022
      Far from the Madding Crowd (1915) Thomas C. Kennedy Screen patrons in this country know that Miss Turner may be counted on to give an interesting performance in most any role she attempts and her characterization of the country girl in Far from the Madding Crowd is no disappointment.
      Posted Jan 10, 2022
      Salomy Jane (1914) Charles R. Condon The exterior scenery is unsurpassable... The main plot is of gripping interest, which is strengthened and quickened by occasional surprising developments, flashes of humor, and thrilling effects.
      Posted Sep 07, 2021
      The Last Days of Pompeii (1913) Motography Staff There are five great leading roles in The Last Days of Pompeii production and all are enacted by accomplished and talented players, but Signora Fernanda Negri-Pouget... stands out vividly from among the thousands appearing in the six reel spectacle.
      Posted Jun 04, 2021
      The Dream Girl (1916) Thomas C. Kennedy Though it is well supplied with melodramatic absurdities it as a whole is commendable play for the reason that splendid opportunities were presented the star, the director and the exceptionally good supporting cast.
      Posted May 22, 2021
      Traffic in Souls (1913) Motography Staff There are many other big moments and worthy scenes throughout the whole seven reels.
      Posted May 11, 2021
      For the Freedom of the World (1917) Leon J. Bourstein Many of the scenes were taken in Canadian training camps and shows the vigorous methods of training the men undergo before they are pronounced fit for active service. The film not only serves as a medium for pleasure but is instructive all through.
      Posted Mar 12, 2021
      Damaged Goods (1914) Motography Staff [Damaged Goods drives] home facts of life that could never be so convincingly portrayed in literature or upon the legitimate stage.
      Posted Mar 12, 2021
      The Crucible (1914) Charles R. Condon It contains plenty of action and flying missiles, but not enough of the violence expected in an uprising against organized authority.
      Posted Mar 08, 2021
      Romeo and Juliet (1916) George W. Graves The climax was handled with credit to everyone concerned, and an audience cannot fail to feel the intense pathos which is the core of this tragedy. It is evident that time, money and skill were factors in the making of this [film].
      Posted Mar 05, 2021
      Brewster's Millions (1914) Motography Staff In it Edward Abeles who created the role of Monty Brewster in the stage version of the story, duplicates his success and there is every reason why the film should score a hit equal to that of the play and of the book itself.
      Posted Feb 05, 2021
      The Bar Sinister (1917) George W. Graves The picture exposes, in the eloquent language of the screen, the blind folly of race hatred.
      Posted Jan 25, 2021
      Maudite soit la guerre (1914) Motography Staff A large, clear scope such as was obtained in the field maneuver and aeroplane scenes coupled with the natural coloring that is effected throughout the picture add much to its interest.
      Posted Dec 23, 2020
      The Carpet from Bagdad (1915) Clarence J. Caine It is a de luxe presentation of a de luxe story of romance and mystery. It combines action and thrills with spectacular effects and artistic treatment, to say nothing of the histrionic powers exhibited by each of the players.
      Posted Nov 20, 2020
      The Fall of a Nation (1916) Thomas C. Kennedy [Thomas Dixon] should be highly commended for giving us a film of the propaganda type that is entertaining. The Fall of a Nation holds one's attention all the time.
      Posted Nov 20, 2020
      The Gulf Between (1917) George W. Graves The colors themselves, in this new process, which, to our mind, goes head and shoulders above all previous efforts in natural color photography-, are exquisitely delicate.
      Posted Nov 18, 2020
      The Iron Claw (1916) Genevieve Harris As a beginning for a serial of mystery and thrills, danger and romance, it would be hard to find a better installment than the first chapter of The Iron Claw.
      Posted Nov 04, 2020
      Cabiria (1914) Motography Staff Mr. Webster's well known dictionary is pitifully inadequate when it comes to supplying adjectives with which to describe Cabiria.
      Posted Oct 16, 2020
      Your Girl and Mine: A Woman Suffrage Play (1914) Motography Staff [The writers] successfully accomplished what was no easy task, for the presentation of Votes for Women arguments in celluloid, in such a fashion that an appeal would be made to people of all classes, was a truly gigantic undertaking.
      Posted Sep 28, 2020
      The Battle Cry of Peace (1915) Motography Staff Nothing like this has ever been done before, and the results which it will in all probability produce will render unnecessary a repetition of such an appeal. The Battle Cry of Peace is a visualized plea written on moving picture film.
      Posted Sep 28, 2020
      Inspiration (1915) Neil G. Caward The cold, hard truth of the matter is there is nothing sensational, disgraceful or "horrible" about the picture at all. It is a beautiful production, photographed in splendid fashion.
      Posted Sep 14, 2020
      The Woman Who Dared (1916) Thomas C. Kennedy Beatriz Michelena is the featured player in a cast of marked ability. The acting is in all particulars excellent.
      Posted Aug 25, 2020
      Madame Jealousy (1918) Leon J. Bourstein Excellent photography has considerable to do with this picture. Many of the numerous camera effects have been executed with precision and bespeaks of the capability of Ned VanBuren, the photographer.
      Posted Aug 18, 2020
      The Darling of Paris (1917) George W. Graves There is more genuine drama in this picture than in two or three pictures of the mediocre or inferior class.
      Posted Aug 18, 2020
      Stella Maris (1918) Leon J. Bourstein For the first time in her career Mary Pickford essays to portray dual roles, and her most recent picture, Stella Maris, is truly a remarkable revelation of the star's versatility.
      Posted Jul 31, 2020
      The Coward (1915) Neil G. Caward Mr. Lewis, undoubtedly, deserves his special engagement for this picture, since as John Brent he rises to supreme dramatic heights.
      Posted Jul 31, 2020
      Four Feathers (1915) Mabel Condon Mr. Estabrook has no difficulty in making the character of Captain Harry Faversham one of realism.
      Posted Jul 31, 2020
      A Burlesque on Carmen (1916) Genevieve Harris This version of Carmen furnishes four acts of fun, both because of Chaplin's clowning and because of the clever travesty of scenes from the opera.
      Posted Jul 31, 2020
      Hoodoo Ann (1916) Thomas C. Kennedy Mae Marsh makes Hoodoo Ann a picture well worth seeing. It is diverting and enjoyable entertainment.
      Posted Jul 31, 2020
      The Tramp (1915) Clarence J. Caine If one attempts to tell why Chaplin "gets over" his comedy with such success, he is tackling more than a man's size job -- it is ever so much easier to simply say that Chaplin was as funny as usual and let it go at that.
      Posted Jul 31, 2020
      Joan the Woman (1917) George W. Graves Ere the year 1916 has sunk into the past, one more epochal achievement, marking the onward rush of the screen toward loftier planes of attainment, is to be recorded as falling within the space of this remarkable picture twelvemonth.
      Posted Jul 31, 2020
      Enoch Arden (1911) Clarence J. Caine The scenic effects are also worthy of praise. One in particular that will doubtless impress itself on the minds of those who see the picture is a rocky coast with angry waves dashing wildly against it and leaping high into the air.
      Posted Jul 30, 2020
      The End of the World (1916) Thomas C. Kennedy The romance is interesting and gives more strength to the scenes of fire and flood. The players are well suited to their roles and each carries the spectator's sympathy... The exterior scenes showing the comet in the sky are indeed remarkable.
      Posted Jul 30, 2020
      Trilby (1917) Charles R. Condon The result is a picture which is interesting every second and utterly devoid of even the least trace of padding.
      Posted Jul 30, 2020
      The Eternal Sapho (1916) Genevieve Harris While the story is marred by so many of these sensational events and coincidences, the picture holds attention in spite of them, largely because, as stated before, the direction and the acting are good.
      Posted Jul 30, 2020
      The Blue Bird (1918) Genevieve Harris The children, in fact, will be delighted with the picture, but not more so than their elders, who will appreciate both the truth of the play and the great amount of careful, artistic work necessary in the working out.
      Posted Jul 29, 2020
      20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1916) Genevieve Harris The struggles of the men against the undertow and the force of the water proved interesting, while the battle between the unarmed pearl diver and the octopus is weird and thrilling.
      Posted Jul 29, 2020
      Civilization (1916) Thomas C. Kennedy Unquestionably the standards of motion picture production are immeasurably heightened by Civilization. Countless numbers of its scenes are of such magnitude and power as to amaze a public long since blase on the subject of pictures.
      Posted Jul 29, 2020
      49-17 (1917) Genevieve Harris The acting is uniformly good. The photography and settings are satisfactory. The picture, while not remarkable, will satisfy audiences with a taste for western melodramas.
      Posted Jul 29, 2020
      Blind Justice (1915) George W. Graves It is a thoroughly remarkable picture, suspenseful and entertaining to the highest degree. This is among the few seven-reel features that justify the use of seven reels.
      Posted Jul 29, 2020
      Men Who Have Made Love to Me (1918) Genevieve Harris The production, seven reels in length, adds nothing to the artistic advancement of pictures. It is a series of six disconnected incidents in the woman's life, in which six different men figure.
      Posted Jul 29, 2020
      Life Without Soul (1916) Thomas C. Kennedy The action, which carries the spectator from the dissecting room through mountainous country, desert lands and on the high seas, does so with unflagging interest.
      Posted Jul 29, 2020
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