The Double Life of Veronique will have fans of Krzysztof Kieslowski taking sides. Despite pic's many-splendored outbursts of filmic creativity and intense emotion, final result, about the opposite…
Young TV star Richard Grieco barely survives silly first film vehicle If Looks Could Kill, which spoofs the James Bond formula in tiresome fashion. One-joke script, based on Fred Dekker's story, runs…
A dopey, almost poignantly bad actioner about two legends-in-their-own-minds, who bungle their way through a bank robbery on behalf of a friend, stands out only for big stars Mickey Rourke and Don…
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Frankie and Johnny is an all-star, high-gloss, feel-good romantic feature sitcom. Amiably written and performed but fearsomely predictable, this middle-of-the-road adaptation of Terrence McNally's…
A slim comedy of manners about Brits discovering their emotions in sunny Italy, Enchanted April doesn't spring many surprises. Strong cast's reliable playing is undercut by a script that dawdles over…
Delirious is a witless comedy about soap operas in which the estimable John Candy mugs uncomfortably through a desperately unfunny script with a plot as tediously convoluted as those it spoofs.
This muddled comedic-thriller, which asks what spies do after the Cold War, has a few amusing political references but the indecisive tone scuttles the film.
Writer-producer John Hughes' followup to Home Alone lacks the spit-polish and magic of the blockbuster but still has plenty of absorbing characters, smart, snappy dialog and delightful stretches of…
In aptly named Bill & Ted 's Bogus Journey, the characters of the dopey, sweet-spirited dudes from San Dimas, Calif, go undeveloped in a sequel that contrives another elaborate but non-excellent…
Easy on the eyes and on the emotions, American Friends is a slim vignette about two Yank women who fall for a reserved Oxford don.
A dream project about allowing other people to see one's dreams, Until the End of the World is a dream partly realized and partly still in the head of the director. Described by director Wim Wenders…