Ken Russell's films always have been very much an acquired taste, but with Gothic he is back to his theatrically extravagant best.
Armed and Dangerous is a broad farce slightly elevated by the presence of John Candy and Eugene Levy.
The More Things Change is a universally topical film about a modern marriage, told with humor and insight. It's also splendidly acted.
This may be the first comedy ever about a Pope running away from office - for a short, private spree in the country among the real people whose shepherd he is supposed to be, sans the bureaucratic…
Legend is a fairytale produced on a grand scale, set in some timeless world and peopled with fairies, elves and goblins, plus a spectacularly satisfying Satan. At the same time, the basic premise is…
Zack (Tom Waits) is caught driving a car with a body in the trunk and Jack (John Lurie) is found by the cops in a hotel room with an unquestionably underage girl. Both men are framed. They wind up in…
A few choice morsels of brilliant humor can't save ¡Three Amigos! from missing the whole enchilada.
The Color of Money is another inside look at society's outsiders from director Martin Scorsese. This time out it's the subculture of professional pool hustlers that consumes the screen with a keenly…
Not so much about power as about p.r., this facile treatment of big-time politics and media, featuring Richard Gere as an amoral imagemaker, revolves around the unstartling premise that modern…
Iron Eagle is a crackerjack fighter-pilot picture focusing on a daring rescue of a hostage in a small Middle East country.
Class of Nuke 'Em High is a misguided attempt to extract grossout humor from the very real concerns about nuclear power plants.