Frank Sinatra

take me out to the ball game title 7.8 Good

Take Me Out To The Ball Game (1949) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Take Me Out To The Ball Game is a fascinating film when you look at Gene Kelly’s career. While credited to Busby Berkeley, most of the film was directed by Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen. Years la...

tender trap title 8 Great

The Tender Trap (1955) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

The Tender Trap is better known for providing Sinatra with a new hit song rather than being a quality movie. What I find more ridiculous is that MGM released The Tender Trap and Guys and Dolls on the ...

None But The Brave [Blu-ray review] 19

None But The Brave [Blu-ray review]

None But The Brave is the only film directed by Frank Sinatra. The review opened with that fact, so you can always win a round of Trivial Pursuit. What most will miss by not seeing the film is its mes...

Sinatra in Palm Springs: The Place He Called Home [Review] 23

Sinatra in Palm Springs: The Place He Called Home [Review]

Sinatra in Palm Springs is a lovely documentary about Frank Sinatra. How does it stand apart from the other 800 documentaries about Ol’ Blue Eyes? Well, this one is about how much Sinatra loved ...



NEVER SO FEW REVIEWED “Never So Few” is two tales in one. Frank Sinatra frames these stories as they range between drug trafficking tales to outright men on a mission. Peter Lawford, Charl...

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