By any measure, "The One" is less than zero. After establishing a complex sci-fi environment with the kind of endless possibilities that even a Lucas or Spielberg would salivate over, co-creators…
Twenty-one years after she first essayed the genre in "The Spooky Bunch," Hong Kong helmer Ann Hui returns to spiritual shenanigans in "Visible Secret," to generally satisfying results.
Jackie Chan takes a career swerve with "Crime Story," a dark-edged cop thriller in which the star's stunts play second fiddle to plot and mood. Stylish direction by former New Waver Kirk Wong makes…
The Glory Guys is an entertaining US Cavalry-Indian conflict, sparked by an opportunist army general who sacrifices dedicated soldiers to his ambition. Brawling fisticuffs, comedy and romantic…
Body and Soul has a somewhat familiar title and a likewise familiar narrative. It's the telling, however, that's different.
From a directorial standpoint this is a triumph for Fritz Lang, who succeeds with singular success in capturing the spirit of the Czech people in the face of the Nazi reign of terror.
Warners dips into the Gay Nineties period with this second film version of James Hagan's play, One Sunday Afternoon. Paramount turned out the original picture back in 1933 with Gary Cooper starred.