Although the country in question is never named, the subject here is unequivocally that of US involvement in the 1973 military coup in Allende's Chile.
La Balance is a taut, engrossing crime drama which interweaves action and character interest to fine dramatic effect. Ironically, the film, with its purportedly factual overlay of details about…
Hanky Panky is a limp romantic suspense comedy which manages to be neither romantic, suspenseful nor funny. What with Gene Wilder as a hapless Chicago architect caught up in a string of extraordinary…
An attempt at an intimate personal drama that just doesn't come off, Five Days One Summer is so slow that it seems more like Five Summers One Day. A tale of adultery, mountain climbing and death that…
All poor Paul and Mary Bland want in life is enough money to buy their own restaurant in Valencia, California and call it Paul and Mary's Country Kitchen. But they have little hope of raising the…
Rather roughly lensed in b&w and 16mm tale traces the odyssey of two San Francisco Chinese taxi drivers as they search for an older partner who's vanished with their funds. As in Antonioni's…
Basket Case is an ultra-cheap monster film created by neophyte filmmaker Frank Henenlotter with a tongue-in-cheek approach.
It is never quite explained in the context of the film whether this is a prequel, sequel or entirely new version of the Amityville story. No matter. We still have the same house of horrors about to…
White Dog is an unusual, often powerful study of racism in the guise of a man vs animal suspenser. Too unevenly balanced and single-minded to work completely, Samuel Fuller's first Hollywood picture…
George Roy Hill's film adaptation of [John Irving's novel] The World According to Garp has taste, intelligence, craft and numerous other virtues going for it.
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Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media