Robert Hossein's Les Miserables is a handsomely produced, but dramatically denatured adaptation of the famous Victor Hugo novel.
Honkytonk Man is one of those well-intentioned efforts that doesn't quite work. It seems that Clint Eastwood took great pains in telling this story of an aging, struggling country singer but he is…
An attempt at an intimate personal drama that just doesn't come off, Five Days One Summer is so slow that it seems more like Five Summers One Day. A tale of adultery, mountain climbing and death that…
All poor Paul and Mary Bland want in life is enough money to buy their own restaurant in Valencia, California and call it Paul and Mary's Country Kitchen. But they have little hope of raising the…
Rather roughly lensed in b&w and 16mm tale traces the odyssey of two San Francisco Chinese taxi drivers as they search for an older partner who's vanished with their funds. As in Antonioni's…
Australian director Fred Schepisi does a careful job of bringing the western legend to light with endearing performances from actors Willie Nelson and Gary Busey.
It can't be said that Airplane II is no better or worse than its predecessor. It is far worse, but might seem funnier had there been no original.
Screenwriter/exec producer Francis Veber, who scored by spoofing one segment of the homosexual life-style in La Cage aux Folles and its sequel, this time tries to transfer his approach to a…
Victor/Victoria is a sparkling, ultra-sophisticated entertainment from Blake Edwards. Based on a 1933 German film comedy [Viktor und Viktoria, written and directed by Rheinhold Schunzel] which was a…
Combine beaucoup gore and an atrocity-a-minute action edited in fastpace style. Then, toss in a scantily clad cast of none-too- talented performers mouthing dimwitted dialog and garnish with a touch…
A graceful, stunningly-photographed bio of Bill Miner, a notorious train robber in Canada and the US at the turn of the century.