A well-made, engaging drama set among an Iranian family in Sweden, "Wings of Glass" is a realistic study of cultural identity in first- and second-generation immigrants that works on almost every…
This handsomely produced Miramax release renders one of Henry James' lesser novels into a mostly satisfying romantic melodrama which, with its colorful settings in London and Venice soon after the…
Miramax Films' costumer "The Wings of the Dove" soared to the top of the exclusives roster in its second week.
Touted as the first dramatic film shot in Imax 3-D, Jean Jacques-Annaud's "Wings of Courage" has the gee-whiz appeal of any cinematic leap into the unknown, a technological dare cannily if obliquely…
When the USA Network began saturating its schedule with reruns of “Wings” in the fall of 1993, something unusual happened. Instead of dropping off in the ratings during their regular primetime run on…
When the action [from a story by John Monk Saunders] settles on terra firma there is nothing present that other war supers haven't had, some to a greater degree. But nothing has possessed the graphic…