This moody, erotic thriller from two first-time directors overcomes its slight narrative with its confident, bravura direction and cinematography.
Desperate Hours is a coldly mechanical and uninvolving remake of the 1955 Bogart pic The Desperate Hours, with Mickey Rourke as the hood terrorizing a suburban family.
Director-cowriter James Foley has given this near-perfect adaptation of a Jim Thompson novel a contempo setting and emotional realism that make it as potent as a snakebite.
Although it's more ambitious than most sequels, Young Guns II exhausts its most inspired moment during the opening credits a nd fades into a copy of its 1988 predecessor - a slick, glossy MTV-style…
The Handmaid's Tale is a provocative protrait of a future totalitarian theocracy where women have lost all human rights. The adaptation of Margaret Atwood's bestseller belongs to that rare category…
Quigley Down Under is an exquisitely crafted, rousing western made in Oz.
As eccentric mother-daughter films go, this one [from the novel by Patty Dann] falls into the same category as Terms of Endearment, with many of the same comedic pleasures and dramatic pitfalls.
The threadbare screenplay, which went into production as Seven Year Storm, uses a Rip van Winkle gimmick. As Mason Storm, cop Steven Seagal is nearly killed in the first reel after shooting…
A followup to the 1982 pic Class of 1984 this violent exploitation film is too pretentious for its own good. Director Mark L. Lester takes a cynical, fake-hip view of young people's future.
A study of Van Gogh's last years as seen through his tortured relationship with his brother, Vincent and Theo paradoxically is one of Robert Altman's most cinematically conventional films as well as…
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