I love old movies. I will be bringing reviews of old and new movies in all categories, including movies for children.
The Tunnel of Love (1958) B/W - Movie Review
This sly romantic comedy was directed by Gene Kelly and stars Doris Day and Richard Widmark. I know it seems unlikely that Richard Widmark would be in a movie like this but here he is in this 1958, black and white innuendo filled comedy about a suburban couple who canīt get pregnant no matter what t
Bambi - A Review of the Film
This classic childrenīs movie is spectacular.
Eve's Bayou - Movie Review
Eveīs Bayou is a spectacular movie. The color and scenery is wonderful and the people are elegant and troubled. Even the characterīs names stir up visions of dark swamp water and sultry heat. Watch for a de-glamorized Diahann Carroll
Mr. and Mrs. Smith - Movie Review
Alfred Hitchcock has always shown sly humor even in his darkest moves. This 1941 black and white comedy shows what he can do with obvious comedy as well. Nice adult humor for a quiet weekend.
The Bishop's Wife - Movie Review
This is the perfect story for all faiths. Church Bishop Henry Brougham (David Niven) wants to build a new and bigger church in the worst way. He is even willing to kowtow to rich demanding congregation members to get funding. Henry prays for help and is sent an irreverent angel named Dudley (Cary Gr
The Parent Trap with Hayley Mills
I love this 1961 Disney movie. Itīs a lovely Valentines Day treat. The Parent Trap stars beautiful Maureen OīHara, handsome Brian Keith and gives us a double helping of Hayley Mills who plays twin sisters.
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