Some Like It Hot. Marilyn Monroe's first movie role since The Prince and the Showgirl, nearly two years ago, leaves the impression that an earlier Monroe, with or without Miller and Method, was funnier, lusher, smarter. The movie itself is a fine, pie-throwing-style parody on gangsters and gagsters of the 1920s.
The Sound and the Fury. Hollywood has diligently soaped up William Faulkner's stained-honor novel, but the laundered version is also admirably starched with excellent acting by Joanne Woodward, Yul Brynner, Margaret Leighton.
The Sins of Rose Bernd (German). Maria Schell, suffering...