Horror fans will probably delight in seeing yet another group of sexy, teen camp counselors gruesomely executed by yet another unknown (?)assailant, but the enthusiasm will dampen once they recognize…
Although execution doesn't quite live up to the fabulous premise, Escape from New York is a solidly satisfying actioner. Impressively produced for $7 million, it reps director John Carpenter's…
Clash of the Titans is an unbearable bore that will probably put to sleep the few adults stuck taking the kids to it. This mythical tale of Perseus, son of Zeus, and his quest for the 'fair'…
"Arthur" is a sparkling entertainment which attempts, with a large measure of success, to resurrect the amusingly artificial conventions of 1930s screwball romantic comedies. Dudley Moore is back in…
Victory amounts to a frankly oldfashioned World War II morality play, hinging on soccer as a civilized metaphor for the game of War.
James M. Cain's 1934 novel attracted notoriety for its adulterous murder story, spiced with some fairly daring sequences for its day.
The Gods Must Be Crazy is a comic fable by one-man-band South African filmmaker Jamie Uys, who shot the picture in Botswana in 1979.
Full of terribly inside showbiz jokes and populated by what could be called Burt and Hal's Rat Pack, film takes place in that redneck never-never land where most of the guys are beer-guzzling good…
An arresting exercise in visual filmmaking and a tautly told suspenser about men out of their depths in the Louisiana swamps, Southern Comfort is hardly a cinematic equivalent of the libation of the…
The noble intentions of director-writer-producer Noel Marshall and his actress-wife Tippi Hedren shine through the faults and short-comings of Roar, their 11-year, $17 million project - touted as the…
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