Holly Hunter reprises her stage role [in Beth Henley's play The Miss Firecracker Contest] as Carnelle, a former goodtime girl whose dream is to win the local Miss Firecracker contest in her hometown…
Breed an Alien with a Thing, marinate in salt water, and you get a Leviathan. It's a soggy recycling [story by David Peoples] of gruesome monster attacks unleashed upon a crew of macho men and women…
Norman Jewison usually is a commanding storyteller, but In Country is a film with two stories that fail to add up to something greater: a country girl's coming of age, and a troubled Vietnam…
Henry V is a stirring, gritty and enjoyable pic which offers a plethora of fine performances from some of the U.K.'s brightest talents.
Ghostbusters II is babyboomer silliness. Kids will find the oozing slime and ghastly, ghostly apparitions to their liking and adults will enjoy the preposterously clever dialog.
Sean Connery steals scenes as well as merchandise in an immensely charismatic turn in Family Business, a darkly comic tale about three generations brought together and torn apart by their common…
The 10 modern moral stories Polish director Krzysztof Kieslowski spins are inspired by the Ten Commandments, but do not refer directly to the Biblical text, nor do they apply theological…
Half-baked, bland and flat as a vanilla wafer, Cookie rolls out the tired marriage of comedy and organized crime to produce a disorganized mess with little nutritional or comedic value.
Burt Reynolds plays Ernie Mullins, a 61-year-old, graying, professional burglar with a gammy leg and the beginning of a pot belly, in this charming buddy-caper movie.
Keanu Reeves (Ted) and Alex Winter (Bill) play San Dimas 'dudes' so close they seem wired together.
A wrenching picture about South Africa that makes no expedient compromises with feel-good entertainment values, A Dry White Season displays riveting performances and visceral style.