In 1974 Richard Lester boosted his then-flagging career with The Three mus keteers and its sequel The Four mus keteers, lavish swashbucklers with a comic touch. His attempt at a comeback is, sadly, a…
The Kill-Off is a rigorous, well-acted adaptation of a hardboiled novel by Jim Thompson, with an unrelentingly grim view of human nature.
Peter Greenaway's grim sense of humor and cheerful assault on all our sacred cows is evident in this new outing from the iconoclastic filmmaker.
This dull sequel reduces the intriguing premise of the original Stepfather to the level of an inconsequential, tongue-in-cheek slasher film.
Society is an extremely pretentious, obnoxious horror film that unsuccessfully attempts to introduce kinky sexual elements into extravagant makeup effects.
See You in the Morning is a bad dream for those who've admired Alan J. Pakula's best work.
This enormously impressive film ranks as one of the best of countless pics dealing with the rise of Nazism in Germany in the early 1930s.
David Hare's second feature as a director is a handsomely produced, rather cold drama about the fall of a femme politician.
First and foremost, My Left Foot is the warm, romantic and moving true story of a remarkable man: the Irish writer and painter Christy Brown born with cerebral palsy into an impoverished family. That…
Lost Angels suffers from some of the communication problems which bedevil its young, inarticulate hero. Hugh Hudson's wannabe Rebel without a Cause update tries to be a serious exploration of…
The tale of a down-and-out detective and a seamy femme fatale is a thoroughly professional little entertainment.