Alan Rudolph's film is a tongue-in-cheek take on the gumshoe genre that mostly seeks to explore the perplexing possibilities of love.
Reviving the characters from Prince's 1984 hit Purple Rain, including a reunited Morris Day and the Time, Graffiti Bridge is a $7.5 million indulgence that amounts to a half-baked retread of tired…
Bright Angel is one of those films that breathe freshness and life into familiar genres. Basically a road movie about a pair of young lovers who become involved in crime, Michael Fields' first…
Estimates of the cost of this futuristic extravaganza range from $60 to $70 million making it one of the most expensive pics ever made. There are gargantuan sets repping Mars and a futuristic Earth…
Surprisingly funny and expectedly rude, this first starring vehicle by vilified standup comic Andrew Dice Clay has a decidedly lowbrow humor that is a sort of modern equivalent of that of the Three…
Writer-director Clive Barker's Nightbreed is a mess. Self-indulgent horror pic [from his novel Cabal] could be the Heaven's Gate of its genre, of obvious interest to diehard monster fans but a…
While this tale of romance on the telephone has an interesting story concept, the conversation itself drags on for too long, leading to the film's uneven and frequently too-slow pace.
Director Tim Burton takes a character as wildly unlikely as a boy whose arms end in pruning shears, and makes him the center of a delightful and delicate comic fable.
Pic's really misnamed, since it's not Another 48HRS. but the same 48HRS., the 1982 mismatched buddy action pic.
This vivid, imaginative tale of a Manitoba farmboy's coming of age captures a uniquely Canadian heartland experience. Writer-director Aaron Kim Johnson has crafted a tribute to his childhood in a…
When the underdog always wins he's not much of an underdog anymore, and the narrative cartwheels Sylvester Stallone has turned over the years to put Rocky in that position have peeled away the…