Pic begins with scenes from 1985's original, and continues in the same vein. Though its camp humor and goopy effects are familiar, it's better than the average shlocker.
Drowning by Numbers deals with metaphorical game-playing of sex and death in the best traditions of black humor, all set in an idyllic English summer, and pays tribute to the games, landscape and…
In an unexpectedly enjoyable way, Crossing Delancey addresses one of the great societal issues of our day - the dilemma of how the 30-ish, attractive, successful, intelligent and unmarried female…
Covering the first 30 days of attempted recovery by middle-class cocaine addict Michael Keaton, Sober is sobering indeed, perhaps too grim.
Blueberry Hill is yet another small American film trying to cash in on a nostalgia craze that looks to be past its peak.
Beetlejuice springs to life when the raucous and repulsive Betelgeuse (Michael Keaton) rises from his moribund state to wreak havoc on fellow spooks and mortal enemies.
Solid performances by leads James Caan and his humanoid buddy-cop partner Mandy Patinkin move this production beyond special effects, clever alien makeup and car chases.
A Handful of Dust is classy stuff based on an Evelyn Waugh novel, with a high production standard but an essentially empty story.
Vice Versa finds Judge Reinhold, a tony Chicago department store exec named Marshall, and his junior high school age son, Charlie (Fred Savage), ending up with each other's personalities after they…
Polish by subject and director, French by official production and shooting locations, American by soundtrack and partial financing, and transatlantic in casting, To Kill a Priest is an ambitious…
The Navigator is remarkable because of its absorbing story that links medieval fears and fortunes to our times, while confirming director Vincent Ward as an original talent.