Sixth and final edition in the Nightmare on Elm Street feature series delivers enough violence, black humor and even a final reel in 3-D to hit paydirt with horror-starved audiences.
Bravura film technique doesn't hide an offputting, empty exercise in Europa, Lars Von Trier's rumination on war guilt in the form of a low-voltage thriller. Distracting visuals only occasionally…
Doc Hollywood represents an attempt to rekindle the homespun humor and warmth of 1930s and '40s paeans to small-town American life. This heaped serving of recycled Capracorn [from Neil B. Shulman's…
This predictable crowd-pleaser is at heart a two-hanky affair, a mix of childish gags and shameless melodrama.
A quirky comedy-thriller about a hitman who falls for his femme target, scrambled pic [story by Rachel Kronstadt Mann] has an LA artiste (Jodie Foster) accidentally witnessing a mob killing when her…
First official co-production between Canada and Australia is a magnificently staged combination of top talents delivering a gripping and tragic story about a 17th-century Jesuit priest's expedition…
Gene Wilder's frantic routines can't compensate for Richard Pryor's sadly depleted energy in Another You, and producer Ziggy Steinberg's feeble script is given slapdash direction by the man who…
Rather less than the sum of its often striking parts, Gus Van Sant's appealingly idiosyncratic look at a pair of very different young street hustlers is one of those ambitious, over-reaching…
You can't be much worse-offski than to sit through V.I. Warshawski. Klutzy murder mystery [from a screen story by Edward Taylor] was obviously intended to be the first in a hoped-for series about the…
By Australian standards, top cinematographer John Seale's first pic as a director is an expensive, high-concept affair that falls between several categories.
The Object of Beauty is a throwback to the romantic comedies of Swinging London cinema, but lacks the punch of the best of that late 1960s genre.