Woody Allen's London-set black comedy sends out more mixed signals than an inebriated telegraphist.
Representing a return to form for Woody Allen, pic juggles comedy and tragedy in two alternating stories about the same young woman struggling to straighten out her seriously messsed-up life…
In half the time it takes to "Meet Joe Black," many good films chart an entire life story. By contrast, this thoroughly over-elaborated whimsy dawdles in delineating one man's confrontation with…
A modern immorality tale with a keen, observant edge, "Primary Colors" can hardly help but fascinate as an exceedingly rare example of a film a clef.
A satire of health fanaticism in turn-of-the-century America, "The Road to Wellville" is a curiosity of the first order. Amusing without being particularly funny, Alan Parker's unzipped cereal comedy…
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