The Blue Lagoon is a beautifully mounted production, a low-keyed love story stressing the innocent eroticism of Brooke Shields and newcomer Christopher Atkins. This is the second adaptation of the…
Steel began lensing in Lexington, Kentucky, in 1978 and during production famed stuntman A.J. Bakunis died doing a tricky maneuver (pic is dedicated to him).
Resurrection, an unusual supernatural drama about a faith healer, gives Ellen Burstyn a shot at a tour-de-force performance, but never comes into strong enough focus dramatically or philosophically.
The biggest attraction is the banter between Roger Moore and the various types with whom he comes in conflict during his preparations to save a hijacked supply ship.
A pungent fable about the elusiveness of the American Dream, Melvin and Howard is a richly textured, highly individualistic look at Melvin Dummar, a man in over his head both before and after…
Akira Kurosawa has made this a sweeping epic of the times of clan wars in 16th-century Japan as well as etched particular lives of men involved in the decisions that brought turmoil until a victor…
Hide in Plain Sight has some of the makings of a good, honest film. It tells the true story of a working man's fight against the system, features several poignant moments, and makes a number of…
After years of honing her act in gay baths and on concert stages, Bette Midler in 1980 committed it to film in four days at the Pasadena, Calif, Civic Auditorium. 'Because this is the time capsule…
Breaking Glass presents a cynical, off-the-peg, view of the post-punk record business.
Any Which Way You Can is a benign continuation of Every Which Way But Loose.
Lowbudget in the worst sense - with no apparent talent or intelligence to offset its technical inadequacies - Friday the 13th has nothing to exploit but its title.