Also with: Leon Herbert, Vladek Sheybal, Derren Nesbitt.
A low-rent gloss on the mobster genre, "Mad Dog Coll" plays like a solid '50s programmer in color. Quick playoff in undiscriminating markets will be followed by an equally quick trip to vid shelves.
CANNES--A bad attack of miscasting and some klutzy development take the shine out of "Mad at the Moon," a Wild West amour fou movie that sprouts hairs halfway and turns into a werewolf flick. Slimly…
CANNES--"Hit the Dutchman" should make a quick killing in easy markets and see plenty of action beyond the theatrical grave. Fast-moving, splendidly trashy mobster yarn reps a strong behind-the-lens…
CANNES--"Galaxies Are Colliding" is a strung-out short that just about makes it over the 90-minute finish line through sheer technique. Offbeat satire about a West Coaster flipping his lid in the…
Terence Davies' "The Long Day Closes" is a technically elaborate, dryly witty mood piece centered on a shy young daydreamer in mid-'50s working-class Liverpool. Pic will delight the British helmer's…
An epic story of mismatched love shaped in the most intimate terms, the Ingmar Bergman-scripted "The Best Intentions" packs a sustained emotional wallop that lightens its three-hour span. Focusing on…
Hardcore fans of late reggae superstar Bob Marley will groove over "Time Will Tell," a cut-and-paste docu on the Rastafarian's life and music that covers the basics, but little more. Vid-to-film…