The amazing title – at once wittily sardonic and swooningly romantic – doesn’t lie. The film that accompanies it is one of classic..
The baleful Teutonic exactitude of this cautionary tale is all the more shocking for how much fun Marlene Dietrich makes it until that..
This thriller grips tighter for being made in tumultuous times, as Lang uses newfound sound to add reverb to his acid allegory of Nazi..
A strutting peacock of a movie, sure… but no amount of bling can help a flaccid narrative to get it up. Cleopatra (Cecil B. DeMille,..
Le Quai Des Brumes isn’t the reason that ‘film noir’ has a French name, but it may as well be. Le Quai des Brumes (Marcel Carne,..