Tag Archive | 1930s films
Romantic screwball mystery misses the mark of a true classic but offers fine performance by Stanwyck.
Wholesome, overly sweet Durbin vehicle lacks appeal for modern viewers.
A blogathon about the films and pop culture of 1938.
Join us in celebrating this excellent year for movies with the “Made in 1938” blogathon.
Adaptation of Dashiell Hammett’s The Maltese Falcon tries too hard to be everything but The Maltese Falcon.
Epic story of romance set against the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
Heartbreaking story of the love-hate relationship between two cousins that leaves one a bitter and frustrated old maid.
Painfully creaky and incoherent.
Genre-defying film pairs charismatic couple Hepburn and Grant in a celebration of nonconformity.
Entertaining, pre-code prison movie shows aesthetic innovation and complex idea of morality.