Clint Eastwood and Co. have performed a considerable job of alchemy on The Bridges of Madison County turning Robert James Waller's slender, treacly romance into a handsomely crafted, beautifully…
Rusty Cundieff's Tales From the Hood is a smart and sassy horror anthology that mixes blunt shocks and sharp satire.
Priest is an absolutely riveting, made-for-BBC slice-of-life drama that's a controversial look at incest, gay love and the Catholic church. The pic is the first full-length feature from theater and…
Nine Months is an innocuously funny, audience-pleasing comedy very much tailored around the cuddly charm and boyish good looks of Hugh Grant, the British actor who hit it big in Four Wed dings and a…
Chevy Chase may get top billing but the movie's one-sheet - with Jonathan Taylor Thomas dangling a puppet-size Chase on strings - is more indicative of its real focus and appeal.
Disturbing precisely because it is so believable, Kids goes well beyond any previous American film in frankly describing the lives of at least a certain group of modern teenagers. Celebrated…
Style almost triumphs over content in Innocent Lies, an arty whodunit-cum-thriller that completely unravels in the third act but has a kind of anything-goes bravura that has to be admired. File this…
Director Todd Verow's debut feature, Frisk, is an uneven but generally successful attempt to translate the work of novelist Dennis Cooper to the screen. Like the earlier Swoon - which also dealt with…
This muddled revenge melodrama is a B movie that somehow won the lottery and got an A-movie cast and director.
A good old-fashioned heartwarmer about a teacher and a dysfunctional teen, Clockwork Mice throws out the kitchen sink to embrace its humanist theme with cinematic verve. Pic is top-lined by convinced…