Strong on ambiance and suggested terror, Brimstone & Treacle is a handsomely mounted gothic tale. Sting, rock singer from The Police, makes a strong impression in his first major film role.
Obsessed researcher Klaus Kinski inhabits a remote space station in the year 2036 with his android assistant, Max 404, played by co-writer Don Opper. Doctor is on the verge of perfecting his…
Tron is loaded with visual delights but falls way short of the mark in story and viewer involvement. Screenwriter-director Steven Lisberger has adequately marshalled a huge force of technicians to…
The Secret of NIMH is a richly animated and skillfully structured film created by former Disney animators Don Bluth, Gary Goldman and John Pomeroy. As craft, their first feature film is certainly an…
Though seemingly a comedy of manners taking place in the country home of a rich man, Herbert, there is an underlying viciousness of these rich denizens that foreshadows coming upheavals. It is the…
It comes as almost a shock to see a modern suspense picture that's as literate, well acted and beautifully made as Still Of The Night. Despite its many virtues, however, Robert Benton's film [from a…
A number of high-powered artists fail to coalesce their talents in Shoot the Moon a grim drama of marital collapse which proves disturbing and irritating by turns.
Passion is a return to Jean-Luc Godard's talky, quirky films where dialog often vied with commentary. As is usual, both are irritating, but good visual ideas abound if taken at face value.
Jerzy Skolimowski made this film in 18 weeks - apparently a meditation on what happened in Poland when the military took over in December 1981 as seen by a Pole in Britain at the time.
Liquid Sky is an odd, yet generally pleasing mixture of punk rock, science fiction, and black humor. Story centers on Anne Carlisle, a new wave fashion model who inhabits a world of high-decibel…
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