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.
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.
The Funhouse is a spitty movie, full of great expectorations. That is, there's more drool on view than blood, which is a new twist for the horror genre.
In this 20th-Century release, Bruce Dern appears as a congenital cuckoo, who loves to paint permanent pictures on people's bodies. Becoming enamored of fashion model Maud Adams, Dern decides she…
So Fine is quite all right. Andrew Bergman, screenwriter on Blazing Saddles and The In-Laws, has come up with a somewhat less zany concoction this time but makes an impressively sharp directorial…
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