Although the country in question is never named, the subject here is unequivocally that of US involvement in the 1973 military coup in Allende's Chile.
Essentially a mild, de-sexed remake of the 1977 Brazilian art house hit Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands, tale begins with Sally Field starting her life up again after the death, three years earlier…
There's not much to say about Halloween III that hasn't already been said about either of the other two Halloween pics or a slew of imitators.
A prison drama which focuses on guards rather than prisoners and which reeks of a sort of late-1960s, counter-culture existentialism, pic seems oddly out of time and place. Producer-director-writer…
Lensed in black-and-white and outfitted with a 'straight' mystery score by Miklos Rozsa and authentic 1940s costumes by Edith Head, this spoof of film noir detective yarns sees Steve Martin…
The script, based on the  French Jacques Brel-Lino Ventura starrer L'emmerdeur, directed by Edouard Molinaro and written by Francis Veber, is one of the rare Wilder projects not initiated by…
Angel carries knockout power. A story of retribution set against the troubles in Northern Ireland which are kept way in the background, it's an impressive pic debut for director-scripter Neil Jordan.
Aparna Sen appeared in two Satyajit Ray films (Three Daughters and Pikoo) and her father, Chidananda Das Gupta, is a noted film critic, so she came to her first directorial stint with a good…
Wrong Is Right represents Richard Brooks' shriek of protest at what he sees as the insane, downward spiral of world history over the past decade. Part political satire, part doomsday melodrama and…
Produced for and originally broadcast in 1979 over network television, Too Far to Go is an affecting feature film dealing with marital breakup.
As did the novel on which it is based, The Scarecrow sets up its own category, which is a kind of hillbilly Gothic thriller. The bizarre events are seen through the eyes of Ned, and the impact on a…