The semitragic Stella Dallas shows her years in this hopelessly dated and ill-advised remake.
Quigley Down Under is an exquisitely crafted, rousing western made in Oz.
Mike Nichols' film of Carrie Fisher's novel Postcards from the ed ge packs a fair amount of emotional wallop in its dark-hued comic take on a chemically dependent Hollywood mother and daughter…
Writer-director Clive Barker's Nightbreed is a mess. Self-indulgent horror pic [from his novel Cabal] could be the Heaven's Gate of its genre, of obvious interest to diehard monster fans but a…
Mr. & Mrs. Bridge is an affecting study of an uppercrust Midwestern family in the late 1930s. Ruth Prawer Jhabvala has adapted two Evan S. Connell novels into a taut script. Books Mrs. Bridge (1959)…
Men Don't Leave is a quietly moving tale of a widow (Jessica Lange) and her struggle to support her two sons in shabby Baltimore surroundings.
The first feature film to tell the story of how AIDS devastated and transformed the gay community, Longtime Companion is simply an excellent film, with a graceful, often humorous script and affecting…
A romantic tragedy set in a mountain village in the '20s, the story centers on the house and factory of dye-maker Yang Jinshan. Yang Tianqing works for his uncle, and becomes fascinated by a pretty…
House Party captures contemporary black teen culture in a way that's fresh, commercial and very catchy. Filmmaking team of Reggie and Warrington Hudlin make a strikingly assured debut feature…
Mel Gibson's best moments come in the highly physical duelling scene that climaxes the Shakespeare play. Otherwise, Mel's Hamlet is blond and Franco Zeffirelli's Hamlet is bland.
Death, the ultimate rush, is the target experience for a group of daring young medical students who break on through to the other side - and live to tell about it. A cautionary tale that ends along…
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