This is the first of two related, and simultaneously lensed, films - at a global cost of 120 million francs (about $17 million), the most expensive production in French film history [to date] - that…
Heartburn is a beautifully crafted film with flawless performances and many splendid moments, yet the overall effect is a bit disappointing.
Ferris Bueller exhibits John Hughes on an off day. Paucity of invention here lays bare the total absence of plot or involving situations.
Zack (Tom Waits) is caught driving a car with a body in the trunk and Jack (John Lurie) is found by the cops in a hotel room with an unquestionably underage girl. Both men are framed. They wind up in…
Cobra is a sleek, extremely violent and exciting police thriller.
Blue Velvet finds David Lynch back on familiar, strange, territory. Picture takes a disturbing and at times devastating look at the ugly underside of Middle American life.
Absolute Beginners is a terrifically inventive original musical for the screen. Daring attempt to portray the birth of teenagedom in London, 1958, almost exclusively through song is based upon Colin…
A few choice morsels of brilliant humor can't save ¡Three Amigos! from missing the whole enchilada.
The rather silly title Willy / Milly caps this charming and substantial kidpic about sex roles.
Tough Guys is unalloyed hokum that proves a sad waste of talent on the parts of co-stars Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas.