Richard Eyre's second theatrical feature is an exceedingly amiable comic battle of the sexes.
Golan and Globus have corralled 'The Incredible Lou Ferrigno' to topline in a cheesy epic that could just about be titled Hercules in Outer Space. Since a lumpy space suit would cover Ferrigno's…
Intelligent and illogical, beautiful and erratic, Exposed is a provocative, jet-setter's visit to the worlds of high fashion and international terrorism.
Humor from charcoal gray to pitch black, fine suspense, murders and thrills, and all of it without gratuitous gore combine for a jaunty entertainment in The Lift, director Dick Maas' first theatrical…
Chain; Editor Heat is a silly, almost campy follow-up to producer Billy Fine's women's prison hit, The Concrete Jungle, that manages to pack in enough sex tease and violent action to satisfy…
As it was onstage in 1978, Betrayal is an absorbing, quietly amusing chamber drama for those attuned to Harold Pinter's way with words.
Buried deep within The Keep's mysterious exterior lies that chilling Hollywood question: how do these dogs get made?
Based on a short story by Isaac Bashevis Singer, Yentl tells the tale of a young Eastern European woman, circa 1904, who disguises herself as a boy in order to pursue her passion for studying holy…
Aside from the presence of the two stars, Two of a Kind has all the earmarks of a bargain-basement job. Sets are as constricted as those for live, three-camera sitcoms, and many of the so-called New…
Stars Jackie Gleason and Mac Davis come nowhere close to evoking the charming onscreen qualities of Paul Newman and Robert Redford. Combined with the slow pace and overdone exposition, The Sting II…
Turn-of-the-century English gentry targeted in The Missionary remains good for laughs, especially in the hands of the talented Michael Palin. But Palin's script meanders wastefully across three…