Foolishness in the right hands can be sublimely funny, and combo of star John Candy and director Paul Flaherty (former SCTV cohorts) puts the perfect spin on Who's Harry Crumb?, a Naked Gun-style…
Milos Forman's meticulously produced Valmont is an extremely well-acted period piece that suffers from stately pacing and lack of dramatic high points.
The Wolves of Willoughby Chase is a thoroughly enjoyable children's fantasy-adventure.
The Rainbow was D. H. Lawrence's fourth novel and concludes with the sexual awakening of Ursula Brangwen, whose story was continued in Women in Love. The current film reps a prequel to director Ken…
Kevin Kline as an unorthodox but indispensable detective tracking a serial strangler infuses this improbable Gotham-set romantic policier with personality.
A fitting final installment in Terry Gilliam's trilogy begun with Time Bandits and continued with Brazil, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen shares many of those films strengths and weaknesses, but…
This handsome historical pageant attempts to tell the 'true story' behind one of history's most famous romances, that of 12th-century French philosopher Pierre Abelard and his beloved Heloise which…
Blake Edwards' Skin Deep finds the director centering again on the trials and tribulations of his favourite kind of character - the charming, womanizing sot. Fortunately, he freshens up his trademark…
Sea of Love is a suspenseful film noir boasting a superlative performance by Al Pacino as a burned-out Gotham cop.
Relentless is a riveting, splendidly acted suspense thriller. Phil Alden Robinson's fresh and invigorating script strikes a careful balance in focusing not just on maniacal killer Judd Nelson's…
Paperhouse is the thinking person's A Nightmare on Elm Street. A riveting fantasy film, centering on the vivid dreams and nightmares of an 11-year-old girl [from Catherine Starr's novel], it heralds…