This charming, almost sedate little romantic comedy, which is short on laughs but tinged with a pleasant European flavor courtesy of British director Anthony Minghella, offers an appealing array of…
Lost in Yonkers is a carefully rendered, ultimately unexciting screen version of Neil Simon's 1991 Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
After 51 years in limbo as one of the most legendary of all 'lost' films. Orson Welles' It's All True finally emerges in lovingly resurrected partial form within the framework of a documentary about…
The US stayed in Vietnam too long, and Oliver Stone has returned to the subject one time too many with Heaven & Earth.
Fortress is a grim, sometimes bloody, futuristic prison picture that has been well produced and directed within the limitations of a predictable, uninspired screenplay. Fans of director Stuart…
The teenage wasteland, 1976-style, of Dazed and Confused is smack-dab between The Brady Bunch and Children of the Damned , and it's a scary, if sometimes giddily amusing, place to visit. This is…
Uncompelling but moderately engaging throughout due to its attractive cast and closeup look at contemporary spiritual ennui, Bodies, Rest & Motion is both flashy and laid-back, eventful and static…
Harry Griffin, Catalina Island musician and entertainer, died of cancer Dec. 21 while visiting friends in Santa Barbara.
Show business columnist Lee Graham died Dec. 22 of diabetes at Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Hollywood.
Christopher Post, publishing artist, died of cardiopulmonary arrest on Dec. 21 at Ventura Country Hospital.