Thanks to a fine cast, a rich and atmospheric score by Dana Kaproff, and astute direction by co-writer Fred Walton, Stranger is unquestionably a scary film. Bridging two distinct storylines, one the…
Adroitly combining humor and intimate drama, Joe Tynan joins that list of exemplary Washington-set pix, including Advise and Consent and The Best Man.
Instead of a comic knockout, this is more of a cream puff.
Based on fact, the story [from the novel by Michael Crichton] concerns the first recorded heist from a moving train. Suave arch-criminal Sean Connery enlists Donald Sutherland, Wayne Sleep, in a bid…
The Black Stallion is a perfect gem. Based on Walter Farley's 1941 novel, which spawned 16 sequels, Carroll Ballard's feature debut is rich in adventure, suspense and mythical elements and marks the…
Sunburn exists for no other reason than to provide a vehicle for Farrah Fawcett.
Set in 1963, when rival image-cults among young Britishers led to a wave of crowd-fights in normally staid seaside resorts, the picture [based on the record album Quadrophenia by Pete Townshend]…
Norma Rae is that rare entity, an intelligent film with heart.
'What would happen if' Dracula was victimized by life in modern New York City?
Home Movies, resulted from Brian De Palma teaching students at Sarah Lawrence College, New York, how to make films by making one with them.
Escape to Athena not only has the unabashed look of a cynical 'package' but also plays like one as well. It's a joke-up wartime action retread, feeble as to both humor and suspense, in which a group…