The terrible timing is not Kevin Spacey's fault: He couldn't have known "Complicit" -- U.S. dramatist Joe Sutton's fictional indictment of his country's possible condoning of torture and rendition -…
Elizabeth McGovern appealingly toplines "Clover" as a widow struggling to connect with her black husband's young daughter. Sweet, if unexceptional, drama tackles issues of race, family and grieving…
The premise of "The Favor" recalls the insouciance of some great French moral comedies, but the unfunny moral of this story is, it won't recall many to the B.O.
Cast against type, Steve Guttenberg plays a malleable young executive carrying on an affair with his boss' wife, the sexy Sylvia (Isabelle Huppert). During a tryst at Guttenberg's apartment one night…
Racing with the Moon is a sweet, likable film that doesn't contain the usual commercial elements normally expected these days in youth pics. Working in a more straightforward, serious mode, Richard…
An engaging idea - Dudley Moore as a successful, married shrink who becomes obsessed with a beautiful patient (Elizabeth McGovern) - is rendered inoperable by Marshall Brickman's witless script and…
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