Ken Russell's films always have been very much an acquired taste, but with Gothic he is back to his theatrically extravagant best.
Every Time We Say Goodbye is a tale of star-crossed lovers played out against a backdrop of Jerusalem in 1942. Tom Hanks is featured as an American pilot recovering from an injury who falls in love…
As the title character, Paul Hogan limns a laconic if rather dim crocodile hunter who achieves some notoriety after surviving an attack by a giant croc. New York reporter Linda Kozlowski journeys to…
Derek Jarman's Caravaggio triumphantly rises above its financial restrictions and proves, once again, that less can be a lot more.
Armed and Dangerous is a broad farce slightly elevated by the presence of John Candy and Eugene Levy.
What could have been a better film delving into complexities of one tough-but-vulnerable alcoholic sheriff out to bust a cocaine ring, instead ends up an oddly-paced work that is sometimes a thriller…
A contemporary cop and gangster action drama burdened with an excess of practically everything except sex, A Better Tomorrow is a contrived bang-bang thriller with overdone violence and bloodshed.
In more than 10 years with the Talking Heads, David Byrne received well-earned if often slavishly uncritical praise for his distinctive marriage of polyrhythmic pop-rock with an archly skewed…
It is hard to believe that a film as beautiful as The Mosquito Coast [adapted from the novel by Paul Theroux] can also be so bleak, but therein lies its power and undoing. A modern variation of Swiss…
The Hitcher is a highly unimaginative slasher that keeps the tension going with a massacre about every 15 minutes.
Until conventional plot contrivances begin to spoil the fun, The Big Easy is a snappy, sassy battle of the sexes in the guise of a melodrama about police corruption.