In 1974 Richard Lester boosted his then-flagging career with The Three mus keteers and its sequel The Four mus keteers, lavish swashbucklers with a comic touch. His attempt at a comeback is, sadly, a…
Soursweet is an aptly titled charmer about a Chinese family living in a dismal suburb of London. Pic sympathetically explores the insidious ways in which Chinese emigrants have to adapt to life in…
An undifferentiated extension of the same themes, concerns and artistic strategies featured in Henry Jaglom's previous films, New Year's Day is nonetheless notable for introducing a luminous new…
Henry V is a stirring, gritty and enjoyable pic which offers a plethora of fine performances from some of the U.K.'s brightest talents.
As derivative as it is, Cousins still is a hugely entertaining Americanized version of the French film Cousin Cousine, with nearly the same insouciant tone as the Jean-Charles Tacchella comedy of…
Foolishness in the right hands can be sublimely funny, and combo of star John Candy and director Paul Flaherty (former SCTV cohorts) puts the perfect spin on Who's Harry Crumb?, a Naked Gun-style…
Kevin Kline as an unorthodox but indispensable detective tracking a serial strangler infuses this improbable Gotham-set romantic policier with personality.
Sea of Love is a suspenseful film noir boasting a superlative performance by Al Pacino as a burned-out Gotham cop.
Lost Angels suffers from some of the communication problems which bedevil its young, inarticulate hero. Hugh Hudson's wannabe Rebel without a Cause update tries to be a serious exploration of…
Paramount's latest cynical excursion into sadistic violence is lifted slightly above its generic mire by the stylish efforts of debuting director Rob Hedden.
Howard Brookner (who died after completing this first feature) and Colman DeKay interweave four of Damon Runyon's famous Broadway short stories [The Bloodhound of Broadway, A Very Honorable Guy…