Jackie Chan is poised to score his biggest American-produced hit with "Rush Hour," a frankly formulaic but raucously entertaining action comedy that comes equipped with the additional marquee allure…
"Judas Kiss" is a wannabe film noir-cum-policier that's badly in need of a rewrite by James Ellroy.
I'm death warmed over. You're death warming up," a dying AIDS patient advises a Stage 4 cancer victim in "I'm Losing You," and the exchange sums up the excessive morbidity that consumes the piece.
In concert, many of Dishwalla's earlier, somewhat inconsequential rock songs tended to fall into the slow-dance-at-the-prom category, shiny and happy tunes that didn't offer much to, or demand much…
Morgan J. Freeman, the toast of 1997's Sundance Film Festival with "Hurricane Streets," fails to dodge the sophomore curse. His return bout, "Desert Blue," boasts a veritable Who's Who of Hot New…
"Conrad Bloom" is bland as they come, rather like a glob of pizza dough without the sauce or cheese (and just as pasty white).
Eugene O'Neill's "Ah, Wilderness!" is one of those plays that exists very much in context. It's a witty, heartwarming coming-of-age comedy, but it might well be nearly forgotten were it not for…
The shamrock and blarney are thick on the ground in "Waking Ned Devine," a warmly observed comedy of manners centered on a tiny Irish village that wins the national lottery.
Ingeniously conceived and impressively executed, "Pleasantville" is a provocative, complex and surprisingly anti-nostalgic parable wrapped in the beguiling guise of a commercial high-concept comedy.
"For Your Love," from the creator of "Living Single," aired as a midseason replacement in the spring on NBC, and the WB was smart to pick up this charming relationships comedy. In seg reviewed, the…