The Final Conflict is the last chapter in the Omen trilogy, which is too bad because this is the funniest one yet.
For all the production halts, setbacks, personnel changeovers and legal wrangling that paved its way to the screen, Superman II emerges as a solid, classy, cannily constructed piece of entertainment…
Scanners offers at least one literally eye-popping moment and another that can only be called mind-blowing.
Jean-Jacques Annaud's Quest for Fire is an engaging prehistoric yarn that happily never degenerates into a club and lion skin spinoff of Star Wars and resolutely refuses to bludgeon the viewer with…
A trenchant, uncompromising look at Brazilian juvenile delinquents, Pixote is a social expose of the first order. Although milieu of the urban jungle is sordid and situation depicted seems beyond…
Essentially the story of Neighbors focuses on staid suburbanite John Belushi who is slowly being driven crazy by his new, nutsy neighbors - a dyed blonde, goon Dan Aykroyd and his smooth, sexually…
Writer-director Michael Crichton has used interesting material, public manipulation by computer-generated TV commercials, to create Looker, a silly and unconvincing contempo sci-fi thriller.
This technically firstrate six-segment animated anthology is an amalgam of science fiction, sword and sorcery, hip humor, violence, sex and a smidgen of drugs.
Driving relentlessly to make points that are almost pointless, Fort Apache The Bronx is a very patchy picture, strong on dialog and acting and exceedingly weak on story.
A Cotton-candy rendition of Scott Spencer's powerful novel, Endless Love is a manipulative tale of a doomed romance which careens repeatedly between the credible and the ridiculous.
Director Silvio Narizzano's first US film in 13 years is an engaging feature that confronts its young hero with an unwanted tag of a physical handicap.