This story of a pilot's widow struggling to vindicate her husband's reputation and to expose the lethal design flaws of the jet fighter in which he was killed has a dramatic pace keyed more to Kitty…
Van Gordon Sauter
Leno was wise to ignore the temptations of frontloading and started out with what he and his colleagues may consider the ideal program matrix: a promotional draw and program energizer (Billy…
But in reality, Carson prevailed because he was the personification of a successful performer--he was proud of his work, his demeanor and talent were unfailingly consistent, and he brought joy and…
This intricate, well-crafted and surprisingly even-handed docudrama is honest enough to let the audience reach its own conclusions about the innocence or guilt of a young woman, a former calendar…
This film is all form and no content, with the gloss of a commercial for an overly ambitious hair spray. But the real product here is an exceedingly tawdry form of eroticism, featuring a pushover…
Host: David Maybury-Lewis.
Director, Donna Deitch. Writer, Michele Gallery. Photography, Tobias Schliessier; editor, Harvey Rosenstock. 120 min.
Supervising producer, Joyce Burditt. Director, Christian I. Nyby II. Writer , Bruce Franklin Singer. Camera, Laszlo George; editor, Tom Pryor; music, Dick DeBenedictis.
This first installment in a new adult dramatic trilogy set in Paris has some partial nudity, some kinky sex and some interesting-looking people. It has the dramatic value of a letter in the "Forum"…
Hugh Fleming (Nigel Havers), a handsome, dashing lothario at Cambridge, enters the air force in 1939 as though the impending war will be a mere extension of a cricket match, only with considerably…