Henry Jaglom follows his Sitting Ducks  with a similar opus. This is once again a talky comedy, in which the scripter-director puts his characters in a number of sitcom situations, feeds them…
Despite some strong thematic material and a vibrant central performance, Baby, It's You remains an essentially unfulfilled romantic drama. John Sayles' third directorial outing, penned from a story…
Buried deep within The Keep's mysterious exterior lies that chilling Hollywood question: how do these dogs get made?
Story concerns a small-time cable TV outlet in Toronto. The quasi-clandestine operation is run by Max Renn (James Woods) who's ever on the lookout for offbeat and erotic material.
Trading Places is a light romp geared up by the schtick shifted by Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy. Happily, it's a pleasure to report also that even those two popular young comics couldn't have brought…
The Right Stuff is a humdinger. Full of beauty, intelligence and excitement, this big-scale look at the development of the US space program and its pioneering aviators provides a fresh, entertaining…
The Man Who Loved Women is truly woeful, reeking of production-line, big star filmmaking and nothing else.
The Dark Crystal, besides being a dazzling technological and artistic achievement by a band of talented artists and performers, presents a dark side of Muppet creators Jim Henson and Frank Oz that…
Stranger's Kiss is a glowing homage to 1950s melodrama set in the film world. Though shot on a modest budget, picture has a lush look aided by strong artistic and technical contributions.
Scarface is a grandiose modern morality play, excessive, broad and operatic at times. Film's origins lie in the 1932 Howard Hughes production directed by Howard Hawks and adapted by Ben Hecht from…
About a leching, alcoholic Scottish poet making the New England campus circuit, Reuben, Reuben is exceptionally literate, with lines that carom with wit from the superb adaptation by Julius J…