This much better sequel is a clever spoof of Rambo and a dozen other movies that employs the usual scattershot Airplane! approach but boasts a higher shooting percentage than its forebear.
The premise of the romantic comedy Groundhog Day is essentially 'if you had to do it over again - and again - what would you do differently?' The film is inconsistent in tone and pace; fortunately…
Michael Winner aims low and half-misses with Directorty Weekend, a jet-black genre-bender of femme vengeance from the 1991 British bestseller by Helen Zahavi. Those expecting a female, Anglo version…
Just as Wayne's World cashed in lampooning the addled heavy-metal set, this is a rap spoof attempt by another Saturday Night Live performer, Chris Rock.
Producer-turned-director Frank Marshall and producer-partner-spouse Kathleen Kennedy have chosen the true story (already told by 1976 Par release Survive!) of a 1970s plane crash in which the…
Appealing lead performances elevate this modestly scaled romantic tearjerker, from a first script by Tom Sierchio. Marisa Tomei plays a Minneapolis waitress who is assaulted one night by two creeps…
If this Temp were applying for a full-time position, she wouldn't get the job. Moronic, derivative, artificial and pointless are just the first adjectives that come to mind to describe this…
Mel Gibson's directing debut reinforces his status as a genuinely fine actor, a fact often lost amid the explosions and car crashes in the Lethal Weapon and Mad Max trilogies. This simple, sappy film…
Bow-wow-abunga! The third installment of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a decided case of diminishing returns. On a story and craft level it borders on the unforgivably bad.
Sam Shepard transplants a couple of his famously dysfunctional families to the Old West in Silent Tongue, a bizarre, meandering and, finally, maddening mystic-oater, the first Western financed…