Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins is another sterile Warner Bros. comedy-drama about the 'little people' of America, as seen through the eyes of Beverly Hills and Upper Manhattan. Alan Arkin stars as…
Night Moves is a paradox: a suspenseless suspenser, very well cast with players who lend sustained interest to largely synthetic theatrical characters.
What appears to have been conceived as a madcap Prohibition-era action comedy, combined with an amusing romantic menage, emerges as forced hokum.
This is an exceedingly stylish thriller [from an original story idea by exec producer Nato De Angeles] about a satanically possessed infant, Joan Collins' abnormally strong newborn son, who inflicts…
Friday Foster, is based on a comic strip of the same name; Pam Grier is a fearless magazine fotog, sort of a female Clark Kent, who stumbles onto a St Valentine's Day-type massacre involving black…
Absent from the screen for two years or more, Akira Kurosawa returns as director of a heartwarming film shot entirely in Eastern Siberia and on interiors in Mosfilm Studios. Contribution of each…
Breakout is a cheap exploitation pic with Charles Bronson as a carefree aviator who rescues Robert Duvall from the Mexican prison frameup engineered by his father-in-law, John Huston. Jill Ireland…
Burt Reynolds stars as a 1950s con artist who turns straight through an odyssey with a country music band. The script establishes Reynolds as a footloose character, generating money by suave…
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.