There are several funny bits in Paternity a harmless enough romantic comedy that strangely has its strongest laughs in its least important scenes. But the basic story of a successful 44-year-old man…
Crisply-told tale deals with a mute, stunningly attractive young woman worker (Zoe Tamerlis) in New York's garment district who is traumatized one night by (1) being raped in an alley on the way home…
Filmed as Omar Mukhtar in 1979 at a cost reportedly exceeding $30 million, Lion of the Desert is a very well-produced, frequently-stirring war film about a Libyan anti-colonial hero.
This technically firstrate six-segment animated anthology is an amalgam of science fiction, sword and sorcery, hip humor, violence, sex and a smidgen of drugs.
Driving relentlessly to make points that are almost pointless, Fort Apache The Bronx is a very patchy picture, strong on dialog and acting and exceedingly weak on story.
A Cotton-candy rendition of Scott Spencer's powerful novel, Endless Love is a manipulative tale of a doomed romance which careens repeatedly between the credible and the ridiculous.
Director Silvio Narizzano's first US film in 13 years is an engaging feature that confronts its young hero with an unwanted tag of a physical handicap.
An Eye for an Eye is an effective martial arts actioner vehicle for Chuck Norris.
Given the powerhouse topline casting combo and provocative theme, True Confessions has to be chalked up as something of a disappointment. Adaptation of John Gregory Dunne's bestseller, which was…
EMI's third Agatha Christie mystery [from her novel The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side] is a nostalgic throwback to the genteel British murder mystery pix of the 1950s.
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