Circle of Deception. An ingenious spy thriller, set in pre-D-day France, that raises some subtle and uncomfortable questions of political morality.
Facts of Life. A satirical, sometimes wonderfully nutty comedy of mannersand the funniest U.S. film since The Apartmentcasts Bob Hope as a middleclass, middle-aged philanderer fumbling after Lucille Ball, and perhaps after the meaning of marriage.
The Wackiest Ship in the Army. A World War II farce about a rickety schooner's passage through a Jap-infested ocean is floated only through the splendiferous shenanigans of Jack Lemmon.
Where the Boys Are. A corny,...