Every Time We Say Goodbye is a tale of star-crossed lovers played out against a backdrop of Jerusalem in 1942. Tom Hanks is featured as an American pilot recovering from an injury who falls in love…
A few choice morsels of brilliant humor can't save ¡Three Amigos! from missing the whole enchilada.
Down and Out in Beverly Hills continues Paul Mazursky's love-hate relationship with the bourgeoisie and its institutions, especially marriage. It's a loving caricature of the nouveau riche (Beverly…
The Hitcher is a highly unimaginative slasher that keeps the tension going with a massacre about every 15 minutes.
Yet another picture about how a semi-human, quasi-alien being just can't fit in among earthlings, Ratboy can boast of some modest virtues, but is simply too mild on all counts to carry much impact…
This is the first of two related, and simultaneously lensed, films - at a global cost of 120 million francs (about $17 million), the most expensive production in French film history [to date] - that…
Clockwise is a somewhat uneven comic road film. John Cleese plays the headmaster of a secondary school whose main trait, obsessive timewatching, turns out to be a strategy to dam up the natural…
Withnail & I is about the end of an era. Set in 1969 England, it portrays the last throes of a friendship mirroring the seedy demise of the hippie period, delivering some comic gems along the way.
Former actor Juzo Itami's second feature, after the success of The Funeral (1985), is a thoroughly offbeat but most enjoyable comedy on the subject of food. Main plotline is pretty slight: a truck…
Nobody's Fool features kookiness without real comedy, romance without magic.
Hannah and Her Sisters is one of Woody Allen's great films. Indeed, he makes nary a misstep from beginning to end in charting the amorous affiliations of three sisters and their men over a two-year…