This third screen version of The Jazz Singer asks the same question as the 1927 Al Jolson history maker and the 1952 Danny Thomas update - can a nice cantor's son break with family and tradition to…
John Sayles has fashioned an admirable postmortem of the 1960s student left. Virtually the whole cast and crew make their feature debut here, and while not all the work is on an entirely professional…
This is not a picture for anybody who doesn't like Willie Nelson. But the picture adroitly blends his musical performances with a gently dramatic acting job in an old-fashioned love story.
Airplane! is what they used to call a laff-riot. Made by team which turned out Kentucky Fried Movie, this spoof of disaster features beats any other film for sheer number of comic gags.
Director David Lynch has created an eerily compelling atmosphere in recounting a hideously deformed man's perilous life in Victorian England.
In Nijinsky, Herbert Ross and scripter Hugh Wheeler have constructed nothing less than a male-to-male romantic tragedy. The film takes the form of a broad flashback covering only two critical years…
After years of honing her act in gay baths and on concert stages, Bette Midler in 1980 committed it to film in four days at the Pasadena, Calif, Civic Auditorium. 'Because this is the time capsule…
Offbeat tale, based on Paul Brodeur's 1970 novel, has Vietnam vet Steve Railsback on the lam and accepting refuge from both benevolent and sinister film director Peter O'Toole, who puts the fugitive…
Roger Spottiswoode, vet editor who co-authored a respected book on the subject with Karel Reisz, makes a competent directing debut here.
Little Darlings makes an honest effort to deal with the sexual stirrings of two teenage girls, but many adults are likely to dismiss the effort as puppy love with appeal to prurient interests.
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