Speaking Parts, the third feature from Toronto's Atom Egoyan, is a brooding, personal effort, adroitly blending film and video, but with mixed results overall.
Interesting wrinkle in Michael Jenning's screenplay, uncredited [based on a script by Jenning and pic's associate producer, Jeb Stuart] is a mixing and matching of two ethnic strains of the vendetta…
Despite the stalk-and-slash trappings, Hider in the House is an intelligent, gripping and sometimes compelling psychological thriller featuring attractive performances by Mimi Rogers and Gary Busey.
Pic represents a promising feature directorial debut for TV producer Gary David Goldberg. There's certainly much that's funny, warm and endearing about Dad, which, based on William Wharton's novel…
The wages of sin are forever up in the old North Carolina hills, especially when they concern clans carrying on a blood feud. That's the backdrop for Winter People, a grimly unappetizing melodrama…
The Kill-Off is a rigorous, well-acted adaptation of a hardboiled novel by Jim Thompson, with an unrelentingly grim view of human nature.
See You in the Morning is a bad dream for those who've admired Alan J. Pakula's best work.
Despite a dauntingly uninviting title, Melancholia proves to be a stimulating contemporary thriller about an idealist from the 1960s who decides to take violent action in support of his…
Ghostbusters II is babyboomer silliness. Kids will find the oozing slime and ghastly, ghostly apparitions to their liking and adults will enjoy the preposterously clever dialog.
Burt Reynolds plays Ernie Mullins, a 61-year-old, graying, professional burglar with a gammy leg and the beginning of a pot belly, in this charming buddy-caper movie.
Until its grossly miscalculated bummer of an ending, Turner & Hooch is a routine but amiable cop-and-dog comedy enlivened by the charm of Tom Hanks and his homely-as-sin canine partner.