The Man from Hong Kong may not be a top notch 1970s martial arts film and its star doesn’t have the charisma of a Bruce Lee but I had a good old time and some of the fights and stunt work was respectable.
Bandolero is kind of a strange movie, one filled with some great actors of the time including Dean Martin, Raquel Welch and James Stewart playing against type as the antagonist, alongside George Kennedy.
Satan Never Sleeps is an odd little history-drama especially with some of the humor inserted, but the story is fairly compelling and the performance by William Holden was, as always, wonderfully charismatic.
Antony and Cleopatra is a well done historical-drama especially considering it was Charlton Heston’s directorial debut and under major financial constraints, but Heston does a fine job despite being a bit too old while Hildegard Neil was at least a delight as Cleopatra.
Black Widow actually is a unique film noir in an era that was filled with them and at its core, a well done murder mystery. The film also features some wonderful performances, most notably, Van Heflin, Ginger Rogers and Peggy Ann Gardner.