Desert Bloom emerges a muted, intelligently observed story [by Linda Remy and Eugene Corr] of a girl's growing pains in an emotionally deprived and politically warped environment.
Clockwise is a somewhat uneven comic road film. John Cleese plays the headmaster of a secondary school whose main trait, obsessive timewatching, turns out to be a strategy to dam up the natural…
Story is promising, involving an ancient Chinese magician Lo Pan (James Hong) who controls an evil empire beneath San Francisco's Chinatown while he searches to find a green-eyed Chinese beauty to…
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A charming but unduly lightweight film, A Great Wall humorously accentuates the many cultural differences between the two giant nations of the US and China, but goes out of its way to avoid dealing…
A contemporary cop and gangster action drama burdened with an excess of practically everything except sex, A Better Tomorrow is a contrived bang-bang thriller with overdone violence and bloodshed.
In more than 10 years with the Talking Heads, David Byrne received well-earned if often slavishly uncritical praise for his distinctive marriage of polyrhythmic pop-rock with an archly skewed…
Overwrought and implausible, The Morning After is a dramatic situation in search of a thriller plot. Jane Fonda stars as a boozy, washed-up actress who wakes up one morning next to a man with a…
Ken Cameron's third feature, The Good Wife is a classy romantic drama set in the small Australian country town of Corrimandel in 1939. Rachel Ward toplines as the eponymous wife who's bored with her…
Personal virtually to the point of being a home movie, film proves thoroughly absorbing and entertaining and benefits enormously from a terrific lead performance by Jack Lemmon.
SpaceCamp is a youthful view of outer space set at the real-life United States Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama for aspiring young astronauts. Pic [from a screen story by Patrick Bailey and Larry B…
The tale of American photojournalist Richard Boyle's adventures in strife-torn Central America, Salvador is as raw, difficult, compelling, unreasonable, reckless and vivid as its protagonist.