Lets have a look at the contents:
Then there are capsule reviews of THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD, MATA HARI, DEAR HEART, THE ROUNDERS, A HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA, REPULSION, COMEDY OF TERRORS, THE IPCRESS FILE, THE AMERICANIZATION OF EMILY, VON RYAN'S EXPRESS, THE KNACK, BABY THE RAIN MUST FALL and MAJOR DUNDEE, with some great comments: "Whatever happened to the George Stevens of THE MORE THE MERRIER and I REMEMBER MAMA?"; "Jeanne Moreau (as MATA HARI) sometimes looks radiant, more often looks like hell"; my cult favourite THAT MAN FROM RIO is slated for being dubbed into American, and HUSH HUSH SWEET CHARLOTTE has that great line "Turn off the light, its only real when its dark".
The Hollywood scene is covered by Bogdanovich, and in that age of booming international cinema there are reports from Madrid, Rome, Stocknholm, London and New York. The NY notes by Andrew Sarris are particularly interesting now: On that year's Oscars "I can't make up my mind about Julie Andrews. Is she the new combined Greer Garson and Jeanette Macdonald, or can she have an intelligent career? ... the main interest in Academy Awards lies in what it reveals about the thinking of the industry, not in the relation of the awards to justice and judicious good taste. After all, neither Chaplin nor Garbo ever won a competitive Oscar, and you could write a film history with the films that were never even considered for best picture." (No change there then, all these years later...).
So there you have it, 1965 in a nutshell. Ian Cameron and Mark Shivas edited MOVIE and it was a terrific little magazine with no advertisements at all, unlike what one has to wade through now (I am looking at you EMPIRE). I did a RIP on Cameron who died a while ago.