The popular kid lit (and cable series) The Baby-sitters Club [from the book series by Ann M. Martin] comes to the bigscreen as a warm, cuddly and earnest tale of modern youth. Resembling one of…
It isn't good enough, it isn't smart enough, and, doggone it, most people won't like Stuart Saves His Family. This feeble comedy isn't the worst pic ever to be spun off from a Saturday Night Live…
Panther, a fictionalized telling of some incidents in the life of the Black Panthers, represents a gloss on history for the ennobling benefit of its protagonists. Simplified when it should be…
Three years after A Heart in Winter, Gallic maestro Claude Sautet comes up with another exquisitely woven tapestry of emotions that dare not speak their name in Nelly & Mr Arnaud. Marked by…
The Confessional, the feature debut from Quebec theater whiz Robert Lepage, is exactly the sort of stunning, eye-popping visual and sonic treat that one would expect from this innovative stage helmer.
Crammed with enough special effects for another Star Wars trilogy and utterly undeveloped beyond its original comic book origins, the reportedly $75 million Judge Dred d is a thunderous, unoriginal…
London bobbies come face to face with their own personal hell as they go undercover to root out soccer hooligans in i.d., a raw-steak drama that packs a wallop when it's on form but suffers an…
French Kiss is one of those travelogues where flipping through the pictures would be more fun than actually taking the trip.
An engrossingly atmospheric dip into the dark waters of postwar urban intrigue, Devil in a Blue Dress ushers in the welcome subgenre of black noir. First screen adaptation of a Walter Mosley mystery…
Marleen Gorris' idealized perspective on an independent-minded woman who comes to live in a small Dutch farming community, Antonia's Line, is a feel-good fairy tale that will appeal to many women.