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.
Handgun takes a subject which is the stuff of exploitation and steers it towards social commentary. The result is an intelligent analysis of the political and sexual values of male society in Texas.
Enigma is a well-made but insufficiently exciting spy thriller which rather pleasingly emphasizes the emotional vulnerabilities of the pawns caught up in East-West intrigue.
The eighth in the hit comedy series, Curse of the Pink Panther resembles a set of gems mounted in a tarnished setting. Abetted by screen newcomer Ted Wass' flair for physical comedy, filmmaker Blake…
More than a little guts was required to remake such a certified film classic as Jean-Luc Godard's Breathless, and the generation of film critics that had their lives changed by the 1959 film will…
Amityville 3-D proudly announces that it is not a sequel to The Amityville Horror or Amityville II. Even so, there is hardly anything original about the picture. A new cast of characters and the…
Lampooning documentary tradition by structuring the entire film as a meticulously crafted bogus docu, Woody Allen tackles some serious stuff en route (namely the two-edged sword of public and media…