02:22 — William Kemp (James Olson) was a celebrated planetary voyager years back, the first to set foot on Mars. It's now 2021, and the celebration - and the (more…)
Stefanie Powers is American thesis student Susan, staying at the home of the deceased French composer she s studying, Margaretta Scott the increasing (more…)
Opening not far from art-film territory, James Olson on horseback, whom we ll soon learn is heroin-addicted Frenchman Georges, Alan Gibson directing, (more…)
02:47 — A pair of mismatched cowboys teams up for a bank robbery. So-so script redeemed by exciting performances!
03:14 — A pair of mismatched cowboys teams up for a bank robbery. So-so script redeemed by exciting performances!
01:49 — A divorced mother pursues her career as a radio personality in rural Minnesota.
01:56 — Before the residence at 112 Ocean Avenue became infamous in The Amityville Horror, its supernatural legacy of terror had already begun. Inspired by a (more…)
01:14 — Finely detailed drama set in turn-of the century New York in which a racist attack on a black man becomes a factor in the lives of an upper-class fami (more…)
00:55 — The amnesia-stricken sole survivor of the mysterious destruction of a top-secret American space facility is suspected of evil doing by an investigator (more…)
New England schoolteachers on the last day of the term, Joanne Woodward (title character) at the piano, then with her much more outgoing friend Calla (more…)
Scientists race to find the cure for a deadly space virus in The Andromeda Strain (1971), the film version of the novel by Michael Crichton.
An aging cowboy joins up with a beginner to rob banks in Wild Rovers (1971) starring William Holden and Ryan O'Neal.
Ross (William Holden) and Frank (Ryan O'Neal) pick a fight with sheep-herders, while at a saloon lamenting the death of a friend, early in Blake Edwar (more…)
Veteran cowhand Ross (William Holden) and protege Frank (Ryan O'Neal) reflecting, as they drive the body of a colleague killed in an accident into tow (more…)
Scientist Stone (Arthur Hill) briefing Hall (James Olson) on the operative personnel theory, as he joins Dutton (David Wayne) and Leavitt (Kate Reid) (more…)
Paul Newman stepped behind the camera for the first time with Rachel, Rachel (1968) starring his wife Joanne Woodward.
Paul Newman directing his wife Joanne Woodward, the title character, a shy schoolteacher and very reluctant participant in an evangelical Christian me (more…)
The highly crafted opening of Paul Newman's career as a director, with his wife Joanne Woodward the title character, their daughter Nell Potts appeari (more…)