Director Jean-Jacques Beineix has adapted a novel by Philippe Djian, considered an enfant terrible of the new literary generation. It's another feverish tale of amour fou.
Directed with the throttle wide open, pic roots itself firmly in very fresh history, then proceeds to brashly rewrite it, thereby turning itself into an exercise in wish fulfilment for those who…
Pretty in Pink is a rather intelligent (if not terribly original) look at adolescent insecurities.
Jake Speed is fun - a deliberately mindless adventure that keeps tongue firmly in cheek.
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…
In more than 10 years with the Talking Heads, David Byrne received well-earned if often slavishly uncritical praise for his distinctive marriage of polyrhythmic pop-rock with an archly skewed…
Streets of Gold is a likable, but hardly compelling story of not one, but two kids trying to box their way out of the slums.
Only and entire raison d'etre for this screen adaptation of Elizabeth McNeill's novel would be to vividly present the obsessive, all-consuming passion between a successful Wall Street type and a…
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.