G.W. Pabst’s only American movie, A Modern Hero, was finally released on DVD. … Read More Warner Archive Review: G.W. Pabst’s ‘A Modern Hero’
Released by MGM and directed by Raoul Walsh of all people, Baby Face Harrington provides starring roles for some of our favorite below-the-title actors.… Read More Warner Archive Review: Raoul Walsh’s ‘Baby Face Harrington’
There’s a reason why I haven’t watched Grand Hotel in a long time. It’s kind of a slog to get through, with its stories all over the place. But you know what would make that more exciting? Nazis! Just add members of Hitler’s authoritarian regime to the basic outline of Grand Hotel, and you get… Read More Warner Archive Review: ‘Hotel Berlin’… or ‘Grand Hotel’ With Nazis!
Goodbye Again, directed by Michael Curtiz, runs at such a speed that would even leave His Girl Friday catching its breath. … Read More Warner Archive Review: Michael Curtiz’s ‘Goodbye Again’
She Had to Say Yes is a dark portrayal of workplace sexual harassment, making it far more relevant than it should be.… Read More Warner Archive Review: ‘She Had to Say Yes’ With Loretta Young
In 2011, Warner Archive finally gave us a box set of Robert Montgomery MGM films. Titled The Robert Montgomery Collection, the four-disc set includes eight films, all of which run under 90 minutes. The collection isn’t exactly career-spanning, but it provides a fun look at Montgomery’s career at MGM and mostly works as a lost… Read More Warner Archive Review: The Robert Montgomery Collection
Stablemates is the kind of MGM movie that just had to be considered corny even when it hit theaters in 1938.… Read More Warner Archive Review: Sam Wood’s ‘Stablemates’