Like a standup comic pouring 'flopsweat', this ill-conceived comedy about an infant whose thoughts are given voice by actor Bruce Willis palpitates with desperation. Look Who's Voice-Overing would be…
Combine Karate Kid and Rocky with a bit more blood and gore, dull direction and a smattering of inept actors and you have Kickboxer.
This road film about a mentally deficient dishwasher and a homicidal escaped cancer patient is a downer from beginning to end.
Rock 'n' roll and its legendary characters have always been a tempting subject for filmmakers, but rare is the non-documentary that adds anything to the music. Great Balls of Fire! is no exception…
The problems of this historical drama about the creation of the atom bomb are crystalized in its title. 'Fat Man' and 'Little Boy' were the nicknames given to the bombs dropped over Hiroshima and…
Driving Miss Daisy is a touching exploration of 25 years of change in Southern race relations (1948-73) as seen through the relationship of an elderly Jewish widow and her stalwart black chauffeur.
Pic represents a promising feature directorial debut for TV producer Gary David Goldberg. There's certainly much that's funny, warm and endearing about Dad, which, based on William Wharton's novel…
Cat Chaser is another example of how difficult it is to transform a sharp and racy novel into a classy movie. Despite a fine cast and atmospheric direction by Abel Ferrara, the pic [from the novel by…
Blind Fury is an action film with an amusing gimmick, toplining Rutger Hauer, as an apparently invincible blind Vietnam vet who wields a samurai sword with consummate skill.
With karate expert David Bradley replacing Michael Dudikoff in the leading role, series continues with a rehash of the enjoyable second entry, as top international martial arts combatants gather on a…
Foolishness in the right hands can be sublimely funny, and combo of star John Candy and director Paul Flaherty (former SCTV cohorts) puts the perfect spin on Who's Harry Crumb?, a Naked Gun-style…