Cinema Slueth – Three Wise Men and a Baby

For all movies released by Hallmark Channels, go here. Stars: 4.5 / 5Recommendation: A journey of self-discovery among three brothers as they rebuild their relationships while taking care of a baby unexpectedly thrust into their hands. And don’t forget the best dance routine by the three brothers, total fun. Another gem in the crown ofContinue reading “Cinema Slueth – Three Wise Men and a Baby”

Cinema Slueth – Blow-Up

Stars: 4.5 / 5 Recommendation: It’s mysterious, ambiguous and a thriller that has no thriller just like the protagonist’s character. Explores the emptiness inside the photographer’s life; a character study of the protagonist with nothingness surrounding him. Blowup is a 1966 mystery thriller film starring David Hemmings, Vanessa Redgrave,  Sarah Miles, John Castle, Jane BirkinContinue reading “Cinema Slueth – Blow-Up”

Cinema Slueth – Presence of Love

For all movies released by Hallmark Channels, go here. Stars: 4.5 / 5 Recommendation:  A gem of a movie in Hallmark’s crown dealing with real issues, and life-learning lessons with more depth on love, loss and sadness than your usual Hallmark romantic dramas. Would love to see more of such movies come from the variousContinue reading “Cinema Slueth – Presence of Love”

Cinema Slueth – Three on a Match

For review of all movies starring Humphrey Bogart, go here. Stars: 3.5 / 5 Recommendation: Three women defining their paths in a melodrama story I the pre-Code era; fast-packed in short minutes. Don’t miss Harve in the movie – love Bogart in any role. Three on a Match is a 1932 American pre-Code drama filmContinue reading “Cinema Slueth – Three on a Match”

Cinema Slueth – Bullets or Ballots

For review of all movies starring Humphrey Bogart, go here. Stars: 3.5 / 5 Recommendation: A very interesting early film noir, fast-paced and hard-hitting crime melodrama documenting the story of a real policeman showing the viewers both sides of the law. Bullets or Ballots is a 1936 gangster film starring Edward G. Robinson, Humphrey Bogart,Continue reading “Cinema Slueth – Bullets or Ballots”

Cinema Slueth –The Boy with Green Hair

For review of all TV Shows / Movies in which the cast of Perry Mason TV Show acted in (Raymond Burr, Barbara Hale and William Hopper), go here. Stars: 5 / 5 Recommendation: A film though caused a lot of damage to the makers, sends a powerful message against War, Racism and Intolerance, all packedContinue reading “Cinema Slueth –The Boy with Green Hair”

Cinema Slueth – Isle of Fury

For review of all movies starring Humphrey Bogart, go here. Stars: 3 / 5 Recommendation: It’s a mediocre film forming a stepping stone for future success to Bogie while he tangles with a predictable script and a giant octopus. And oh! Don’t miss his moustache please. 🙂 Giving it 3 out of 5 only forContinue reading “Cinema Slueth – Isle of Fury”

Cinema Slueth – The Hoodlum Saint

For review of all movies and TV shows by Dame Angela Lansbury, go here. For movies, TV shows and books surrounding actors and actresses who were part of Dame Angela Lansbury’s 80’s and 90’s American crime drama television series Murder, She Wrote, go here. Stars: 2.5 / 5 Recommendation: Started as a comedy crime story,Continue reading “Cinema Slueth – The Hoodlum Saint”

Cinema Sleuth  – The Case of the Black Cat

For reviews of all movies and tv shows surrounding Perry Mason and actors / actresses who played in Raymond Burr version of Perry Mason: go here. Stars:  3 / 5 Recommendation: Legal mystery with a touch of comedy that is far more different that what you are used to with Perry Mason with Raymond BurrContinue reading “Cinema Sleuth  – The Case of the Black Cat”

Cinema Sleuth – Stranger on the Third Floor

Stars: 5 / 5 Recommendation: A psychological melodrama with trick photography and sound effects even though the plot-line has been tried and tested several times, the film certainly managed to send shivers up the viewers’ spines. A little known thriller and a bizarre film noir that keeps you on the edge till the last minute.Continue reading “Cinema Sleuth – Stranger on the Third Floor”