After the multiplatinum success of 1985's The Broadway Album, Barbra Streisand goes to the movies for this collection of songs from films released between 1935 and 1988. The 12 numbers, which are arranged for full band and 75-piece orchestra, range from the familiar ("Moon River" from Breakfast at Tiffany's) to the more obscure ("More in Love with You" from 1962's The 4 Horsemen of The Apocalypse). All are immaculately produced and sung by La Streisand, who, at 61 and on her 60th album, has never sounded better. She brings the appropriate sense of desolation to Bagdad Cafe's haunting "Calling You," while turning on the showbiz flair on the Broadway-style belter "You're Gonna Hear from Me" (from 1965's Inside Daisy Clover). It would have been interesting to hear Streisand rework a song from one of her own films. And it would have been nice for her to tackle a more recent movie tune like, say, Titanic's "My Heart Will Go On." But Streisand fans will still eat this up like a bucket of popcorn.