Dune is a huge, hollow, imaginative and cold sci-fi epic. Visually unique and teeming with incident, David Lynch's film holds the interest due to its abundant surface attractions but won't, of its…
In Comfort and Joy director-scripter Bill Forsyth again sets up a wacko scenario about zany, off-center characters.
Brian De Palma lets all his obsessions hang out in Body Double. A voyeur's delight and a feminist's nightmare, sexpenser features an outrageously far-fetched and flimsy plot.
All of Me plays more like an old-fashioned screwball comedy than a contempo film, its premise of a woman dying and her soul inhabiting half of another person's body in the same vein as Here Comes Mr…
Possession starts on a hysterical note, stays there and surpasses it as the film progresses. There are excesses on all fronts: in supposedly ordinary married life and then occult happenings…
Valley is very good simply because director Martha Coolidge obviously cares about her two lead characters and is privileged to have a couple of fine young performers, Nicolas Cage and Deborah…
With the solid farcical underpinning of Ernst Lubitsch's 1942 To Be or Not to Be, Mel Brooks' glossy remake of the original Carole Lombard-Jack Benny starrer is very funny stuff indeed.
Pic is set in the heartland of bourgeois England among its media creators and academic pontificators, and runs the period from the first spark of 1982's Falklands warlet to the victory speech of…
The Lords of Discipline laces a military school Watergate saga with heavy doses of sadism, racism and macho bullying. Designed as an expose of the corruption to be found within the hallowed walls of…
The Dark Crystal, besides being a dazzling technological and artistic achievement by a band of talented artists and performers, presents a dark side of Muppet creators Jim Henson and Frank Oz that…
Streamers is a highly stylized set of theatricals describing an existentialist hell among a small group of men in a military barracks.