A followup to the 1982 pic Class of 1984 this violent exploitation film is too pretentious for its own good. Director Mark L. Lester takes a cynical, fake-hip view of young people's future.
This enjoyable supernatural thriller is set in the fundamentalist society of crumbling industrial towns where folks have a deep-rooted faith in the spiritualist movement. Pic opens with journalist…
Pic's really misnamed, since it's not Another 48HRS. but the same 48HRS., the 1982 mismatched buddy action pic.
If Wild Orchid aims to grab audiences with a hot-house atmosphere of erotica, it mainly teases until a pay-off in the last sequence.
Vital Signs is a strikingly well-done ensemble piece about a pivotal year in the lives of a group of medical students, with polished script, direction and performances.
Following a trek to the bigscreen almost as convoluted as its plot, this oft-delayed sequel proves a jumbled, obtuse yet not entirely unsatisfying follow-up to Chinatown, rightly considered one of…
Set in Montgomery, Alabama, during the 1955 civil rights bus boycott, The Long Walk Home is an effectively mounted drama about the human impact of changing times on two families, with sturdy…
Jim Thompson's intriguing novel about the subculture of smalltime hustlers is fashioned into a curiously uneven movie in The Grifters.
Neither the beguiling romance of Venice nor the undraped bodies of Natasha Richardson and Rupert Everett can disguise the hollowness of The Comfort of Strangers.
Tales from the Darkside is significantly gorier than its namesake TV series, and has better production values.
When the underdog always wins he's not much of an underdog anymore, and the narrative cartwheels Sylvester Stallone has turned over the years to put Rocky in that position have peeled away the…