Despite its visual pyrotechnics and an impressively woven texture of intellectual allusions, Peter Greenaway's feature fails to engage the audience's sympathies.
LadyHawke is a very likeable, very well-made fairytale that insists on a wish for its lovers to live happily ever after.
Emir Kusturica's second feature is set in Sarajevo during the troubled years following Tito's break with Stalin and the Soviet Cominform, from 1948 to 1952. Former partisans and wishful believers in…
Trouble in Mind is a stylish urban melodrama instantly recognizable as an Alan Rudolph picture. It is peopled by a strange collection of off-center characters living in a stylish, almost-real…
One of New Zealand's top directors, Geoff Murphy has taken a man-alone theme and turned it imaginatively to strong and refreshing effect in The Quiet Earth.
The Hills Have Eyes Part II is a lower case followup by Wes Craven to his 1977 cult horror pic.
In typical Shermer High in Chicago, a cross-section of five students - the jock, Miss Popularity, the ruffian, the nerd and Miss Weirdo - are thrown together under adverse circumstances and cast…
Subway brings to mind Orson Welles' quip about the cinema being the greatest electric train set a boy could have. Its director, Luc Besson, only 26, showed resourcefulness and a sense of filmmaking…
Sylvester Stallone is really sloughing it off shamelessly in Rocky IV, but it's still impossible not to root for old Rocky Balboa to get up off the canvas and whup that bully one more time.
This enjoyable, slickly conceived documentary on the subculture of women's bodybuilding could have been better had director George Butler tempered his penchant for camera's eye detachment with some…
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