Major League lacks the subtlety of Bull Durham or the drama of Eight Men Out, but for sheer crowd-pleasing fun it belts one high into the left-field bleachers. Writer-director David S. Ward creates…
First-time writer-director Michael Austin here proves he can direct; unfortunately his script is not up to par. The black humor he is trying for does not come off and he has to resort to slapstick to…
As a hotshot go-getter in the British equivalent of Madison Avenue, Richard E. Grant is having a problem coming up with an original campaign for a pimple cream and the pressure is on from the client…
In its only novel twist, Halloween 5 takes the liberty of setting up its sequel (albeit clumsily) at the film's end rather than 'killing' that pesky Michael Myers and then figuring out how to revive…
Chevy Chase is perfectly suited to playing a smirking, wisecracking, multiple-identitied reporter in Fletch Lives.
Wayne Wang returns to Chinatown with Eat a Bowl of Tea, and recaptures the relaxed humor and deep emotions of his earlier Dim Sum in the process.
Pic is not so much about Robin Williams, as unconventional English teacher John Keating at a hardline New England prep school, as it is about the youths he teaches and how the creative flames within…
Here comes Chances Are and there goes Mr Jordan, no doubt in a huff. While this new pic hinges on the same cloud-carpeted conception of heaven as a way station for earth-bound souls, the similarity…
Blood Red , a saga of oppressed Sicilian winegrowers in 19th century California, is an unsucessful throwback to earlier forms of filmmaking. Project was announced in 1976 by producer Judd Bernard…
Apartment Zero emerges as a genuinely creepy, disturbing and gripping psychological piece.
The mismatched-buddy cop picture has literally and perhaps inevitably gone to the dogs, and the only notable thing about K-9 is that it managed to dig up the idiotic premise first.