The Sunshine Boys is an extremely sensitive and lovable film version of Neil Simon's play, with Walter Matthau and George Burns outstanding in their starring roles as a pair of long-hostile…
This is a heartwarming love story - the true-life tale of a desperately-injured 19-year-old girl skier with such love for life she beats her way back to a future of hope.
The Four mus keteers continues the story of Oliver Reed, Richard Chamberlain, Frank Finlay and Michael York as they joust with evil plotter Charlton Heston and evil seductress Faye Dunaway, defend…
This contemporary light comedy of love-against-the-odds, which evokes the Hollywood genre of the 1930s, falls short of its target.
Royal Flash is a royal pain. Richard Lester's formula period comedy style [adapted by George MacDonald Fraser from his novel], as enduring as it is not particularly endearing, achieves its customary…
Posse is a good western, with Kirk Douglas as a cynical US marshal who eventually stumbles on his own political ambitions while tracking thief Bruce Dern under a strident law-and-order platform.
One of the most ambitious, and more artistically, successful, 'backstage' musical dramas, Robert Altman's Nashville is strung on the plot thread of a George Wallace-type pre-Presidential campaign in…
Woody Allen and Diane Keaton invade the land and spirit of Anton Chekhov. Love and Death is another mile-a-minute visual-verbal whirl by the two comedy talents, this time through Czarist Russia in…
Robert Aldrich's sharp-looking film reunites him with Burt Reynolds, starring here as a hardening detective trying to short circuit the solution of a femme teenager's dope suicide because the trail…
John Frankenheimer's French Connection II [from a screen story by Robert and Laurie Dillon] is both complementary to, yet distinctly different from, William Friedkin's The French Connection.