The November Men is the ultimate in conspiratorial presidential assassination films. The slyly comic saga marks the welcome return of filmmaker Paul Williams, who carved out a niche two decades ago…
The Crush is a by-the-numbers thriller longer on suspense than brains.
Scotland gets its first road movie with Soft Top Hard Shoulder, a wafer-thin but likable addition to the genre.
A story of survival, revenge and murder in the frozen north, Shadow of the Wolf has all the subtlety of a silent movie serial. Reportedly, at $30-plus million, the costliest Canadian production ever…
Playing it straight, sans humor, Return of the Living Dead III departs from the first two films of the horror series that began in 1985. In an effort to capture the youth market, this B-pic…
Overcoming European co-production pitfalls, Orlando provides exciting, wonderfully witty entertainment with glorious settings and costumes and Tilda Swinton's sock performance in the title role.
A portrait of young Latino women in the Los Angeles barrios, Allison Anders' Mi Vida Loca is a particularly disappointing follow-up to Gas, Food Lodging. Dramatically fuzzy and very flat visually and…
Little Buddha is a visually stunning but dramatically underwhelming attempt to forge a bridge between the ancient Eastern religion and modern Western life. Bernardo Bertolucci's second foray into…
This is one of those high-concept pictures [from Jack Engelhard's novel] with a big windup and weak delivery. On paper, a film in which billionaire Robert Redford offers down-on-their-luck married…
A terminally dull would-be thriller, Hear No Evil has a perfunctory story [by R.M. Badat and Danny Rubin] with the gimmick of a deaf damsel-in-distress grafted on uncertainly. Oscar-winner Marlee…