Even though New Line is going through the motions with a spotty, regional theatrical release, "Excessive Force" appears headed down the express lane to homevid, where it may find favor with…
After the disappointing turnout for last year's greatly expanded WorldFest/Houston Intl. Film Festival, founder-president J. Hunter Todd promised "a lean, mean movie machine" for 1993.
HOUSTON -- Imagine a cross between "The Karate Kid" and "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty," and you'll know what to expect from "Sidekicks," an offbeat family-audience opus from, of all people, action…
Featuring: John Blythe and the Moliere Players.
Featuring: The Moliere Players.
Try to imagine "Godspell" without the jokes, the charm, the vigor or the terrific songs, and you have some idea what to expect from "The Judas Project," a muddle-headed allegorical drama that…
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Olympic athlete turned musical stage star Cathy Rigby gives a savvy and spirited performance as a pint-sized, pistol-packing Annie Oakley in this attractive revival of the 1946 Irving Berlin classic.
If Joel and Ethan Coen had no talent, they might come up with something like "The Paint Job," an aggressively unfunny and overplayed comedy that, midway through, turns into a half-witted…
HOUSTON--Novice writer-director Chris Johnstone makes a small but commendable splash with "Buffalo Jump," a witty and well-observed indie effort that should play well on fest circuit and in…
Novice writer-director Ron Senkowski offers some mildly amusing evidence that he's good for a few laughs in "Let's Kill All the Lawyers." Small-budget Michigan-filmed effort won't generate much B.O…