As the title character, Paul Hogan limns a laconic if rather dim crocodile hunter who achieves some notoriety after surviving an attack by a giant croc. New York reporter Linda Kozlowski journeys to…
The rather silly title Willy / Milly caps this charming and substantial kidpic about sex roles.
Personal virtually to the point of being a home movie, film proves thoroughly absorbing and entertaining and benefits enormously from a terrific lead performance by Jack Lemmon.
Parting Glances is bracingly forthright and believable in its presentation of an all-gay world within contempo New York City.
Heartburn is a beautifully crafted film with flawless performances and many splendid moments, yet the overall effect is a bit disappointing.
Blue Velvet finds David Lynch back on familiar, strange, territory. Picture takes a disturbing and at times devastating look at the ugly underside of Middle American life.
Set in the world of naval fighter pilots, pic has strong visuals and pretty young people in stylish clothes and a non-stop soundtrack.
Sid and Nancy is the definitive pic on the punk phenomenon. The sad, sordid story of Sid Vicious, a lead member of The Sex Pistols, and his relationship with his American girlfriend, Nancy Spungen…
Manon des Sources is the poignant, but more dramatically wobbly, followup to Jean de Florette, producer-director Claude Berri's risky two-film adaptation of a novel by Marcel Pagnol, who, unsatisfied…
Gary Busey is yet another lone vigilante out to avenge his wife's brutal murder in Eye of the Tiger. The pic opens with Buck Matthews' (Busey) release from prison. Matthews' hometown is being…
A charming but unduly lightweight film, A Great Wall humorously accentuates the many cultural differences between the two giant nations of the US and China, but goes out of its way to avoid dealing…