Irish writer-director Neil Jordan returns to his home turf with the small-scale romantic drama The Miracle, with uneven results.
Three years after their marathon, Little Dorrit, husband-and-wife producers Richard Goodwin and Christine Edzard tread the same streets to lesser effect in The Fool.
In an escalating quest for eccentricity, Atom Egoyan's analysis of voyeurism is becoming profoundly shallow. Trying to streamline his radical and visionary Family Viewing, his follow-up pic Speaking…
Weighed down by a midsection even flabbier than the long-in-the-tooth cast, director Nicholas Meyer still delivers enough of what Trek auds hunger for to justify the trek to the local multiplex.
Paul Mazursky's 14th film as director is a cozy, insular middle-aged marital comedy that's about as deep and rewarding as a day of mall-cruising.
A subtle emotional journey impeccably orchestrated by director Mike Nichols and acutely well acted, Regarding Henry has a back-to-basics message that's bound to strike a responsive chord in the…
Writer Mary Agnes Donoghue debuts as a film director with her careful adaptation of a 1987 French drama Le grand chemin [written and directed by Jean-Loup Hubert]. Story focuses on 10-year-old Elijah…
First-time director Dan Aykroyd might have once parodied this sort of wretched excess in his 'bad-cinema' sketches on Saturday Night Live. Premise, stripped to the bone, had potential: a faceless…
Two gals make a murderous mess of a bad situation in Mortal Thoughts. Played straight and for sympathy, tale of dark retaliation goes astray early on, despite the promise created at the outset by…
Hanif Kureishi's London Kills Me, a flabby slice of London street life among pushers and hustlers, drags itself across the screen for 107 minutes and collapses in a dramatic mess on the sidewalk…
Goofy and sweet, L.A. Story constitutes Steve Martin's satiric valentine to his hometown and a pretty funny comedy in the bargain.