The American media are strongly taken to task in Under Fire. This is the story of two correspondents (one working for Time, the other Public Radio) and an on-the-scenes war photographer. The action…
The Terry Fox Story chronicles the heroic life of the young Canadian man whose 1980 Marathon of Hope resulted in raising more than $20 million for cancer research.
Francis Coppola has made a well acted and crafted but highly conventional film out of S.E. Hinton's popular youth novel, The Outsiders. Although set in the mid-1960s, pic feels very much like a 1950s…
Buried deep within The Keep's mysterious exterior lies that chilling Hollywood question: how do these dogs get made?
The Bill Chill is an amusing, splendidly-acted but rather shallow look at what's happened to the generation formed by the 1960s.
The bottom line is that Staying Alive is nowhere as good as its 1977 predecessor, Saturday Night Fever.
Kon Ichikawa's The Makioka Sisters is based on one of the classics of Japanese literature by the celebrated writer Junichiro Tanizaki. This is a rambling family epic along the lines of Booth…
Psycho II is an impressive, 23-years-after followup to Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 suspense classic.
After a 12-year hiatus, Sean Connery is back in action as James Bond. The new entry marks something of a retreat from the far-fetched technology of many of the later Bonds in favor of intrigue and…
Man, Woman and Child is a sweetly dramatic picture which, unfortunately, reaches so hard for sobs at the end that all logic is suspended.
John Sayles again uses a keen intelligence and finely tuned ear to tackle the nature of friendship and loving in Lianna.