A 13-year-old junior high kid Josh (David Moscow) is transformed into a 35-year-old's body (Tom Hanks) by a carnival wishing machine in this pic which unspools with Enjoyable genuineness and…
Woody Allen once again explores the human condition via the inner turmoil of gifted New Yorkers.
Imaginative special effects highlight the fourth entry in the series. As before, Freddy's out for revenge on the kids of Elm Street for their parents' having murdered him after he killed several…
As well as being a stunning visual and serious music treat, War Requiem is probably avant garde British director Derek Jarman's most mature effort. Pic is a visualization of Benjamin Britten's…
Though clearly of above-average quality in direction, psychology and Theresa Russell's 3-D performance as a childless housewife with a dark secret in the closet, Track 29 is connected closely to the…
Bob Hoskins brings to the screen an intriguing and particularly insightful perspective on the horrors suffered by the innocent amidst warfare.
Kernel of a decent story [by Stephen Volk], of an evil woman (Joanna Pacula) who passes on her powers via a kiss, is never fleshed out in the script. If the setups were hokier, they might have been…
Based on Benjamin Stein's book Ludes, well-wrought screenplay is a cautionary tale about a couple involved in a mutually destructive, coke-dominated lifestyle.
Sunset is a silly Hollywood fiction, unconvincing in all but a couple of its details. Premise of teaming up righteous cowboy star Tom Mix and real-life lawman Wyatt Earp to solve an actual murder…
As a dance flick, Shag suffers from an unexciting dance-style and so-so choreography but compensates with a fine young cast and likable story.
Red Heat [from a screen story by Walter Hill] has earned a place in the history books as the first entirely American-produced film to have been permitted to lens in the USSR, even if location work…