This predictable crowd-pleaser is at heart a two-hanky affair, a mix of childish gags and shameless melodrama.
A quirky comedy-thriller about a hitman who falls for his femme target, scrambled pic [story by Rachel Kronstadt Mann] has an LA artiste (Jodie Foster) accidentally witnessing a mob killing when her…
First official co-production between Canada and Australia is a magnificently staged combination of top talents delivering a gripping and tragic story about a 17th-century Jesuit priest's expedition…
Gene Wilder's frantic routines can't compensate for Richard Pryor's sadly depleted energy in Another You, and producer Ziggy Steinberg's feeble script is given slapdash direction by the man who…
You can't be much worse-offski than to sit through V.I. Warshawski. Klutzy murder mystery [from a screen story by Edward Taylor] was obviously intended to be the first in a hoped-for series about the…
By Australian standards, top cinematographer John Seale's first pic as a director is an expensive, high-concept affair that falls between several categories.
The Object of Beauty is a throwback to the romantic comedies of Swinging London cinema, but lacks the punch of the best of that late 1960s genre.
Too bad there's more method in the acting than the script, as John Badham's tired action-comedy formula squanders its best moments during the film's first act and wastes the nifty pairing of James…
Simon Callow makes an assured feature directing debut adapting Carson McCullers' novella The Ballad of the Sad Cafe, a demanding, abstract fable.
It's Liza-as-you-love-her in Stepping Out, a modest heartwarmer about a bunch of suburban left-feeters getting it together for a charity dance spot. Fragile ensemble item often creaks under the…
Ever in search of new mad adventurers to catch his fancy, Werner Herzog has found them among mountain climbers for his latest South American epic, scream of Stone. While it does feature some…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions