Rarely has a veteran filmmaker rejuvenated his career to such startling effect as John Boorman with "The General," a fresh-off-the-slab biopic of maverick Irish crimelord Martin Cahill that both…
Zardoz is a futuristic, metaphysical and anthropological drama testing John Boorman in three creative areas. The results: direction, good; script, a brilliant premise which unfortunately washes out…
An absurd satire on dethroned European royalty with a neo-realistic view of the London ghetto.
Tale of two warriors forced to co-exist. Lee Marvin and Toshiro Mifune comprise the entire cast of this World War II drama, directed with an uncertain hand by John Boorman.
Point Blank is a violent, dynamic, thinly-scripted film. Lee Marvin stars as a double-crossed thief seeking vengeance, only to find he has again been used. Britisher John Boorman's first Hollywood…
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