“There are angels over the streets of Berlin” in the lyrical romantic fantasy from filmmaker Wim Wenders.
John Cassavetes was doing his Orson Welles thing—by that I mean acting in whatever movie paid well so he could finance his own, personal productions—when he took the lead in Machine Gun McCain (Italy, 1968), an Italian mob picture/heist movie hybrid shot in large part on location in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Las Vegas. […]
Pressure Point (1962) stars Sidney Poitier is a veteran psychiatrist who talks a frustrated younger colleague (played with animated gusto by Peter Falk) through a difficult patient by sharing a story from his past. As a young psychiatrist working in a federal penitentiary in 1942, he’s assigned the case of an angry young white supremacist […]