S.O.B. is one of the most vitriolic - though only occasionally hilarious - attacks on the Tinseltown mentality ever.
Jean-Jacques Annaud's Quest for Fire is an engaging prehistoric yarn that happily never degenerates into a club and lion skin spinoff of Star Wars and resolutely refuses to bludgeon the viewer with…
A trenchant, uncompromising look at Brazilian juvenile delinquents, Pixote is a social expose of the first order. Although milieu of the urban jungle is sordid and situation depicted seems beyond…
Essentially the story of Neighbors focuses on staid suburbanite John Belushi who is slowly being driven crazy by his new, nutsy neighbors - a dyed blonde, goon Dan Aykroyd and his smooth, sexually…
A clever plan to knock off a rich London bank is about the only thing that works in Loophole. The caper, filmed in and around the British capital, squanders some fine talent on a trite, low-voltage…
Veteran director John Schlesinger, who was responsible for such screen classics as Midnight Cowboy and Sunday Bloody Sunday, has concocted a kind of Nashville on Wheels here.
Against a backdrop broader than his previous outings, Weir has fashioned what is virtually an intimate epic [from his own screen story]. A very big picture by Aussie standards, the film is all the…
Excalibur is exquisite, a near-perfect blend of action, romance, fantasy and philosophy, finely acted and beautifully filmed by director John Boorman and cinematographer Alex Thomson.
For a picture that you can't really believe for a second, Continental Divide still comes off as a reasonably engaging entertainment thanks to some lively performances and a liberal dose of laughs…
Plot focuses on Southern hooker Sally Field who meets down-on-his-luck-boxer Tommy Lee Jones in the course of a working night. Jones can't pay for his fun but is intrigued by the spunky Field - so…
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