The Gig is a winning little film about a group of guys who try to fulfill their dream of being jazz players.
John Huston's Prizzi's Honor packs love, sex, and murder - and dark comedy - into a labyrinthine tale.
A brainless plot would be almost forgiveable were it not for the perverse depiction of innocents butchered in Invasion U.S.A. Star Chuck Norris hits his nadir with this vicious-minded commodity [from…
Clue is campy, high-styled escapism. In a short 87 minutes that just zip by, the well-known board game's one-dimensional card figures like Professor Plum and others become multi-dimensional…
Taking aim squarely at the popular theme of the working man's struggle against the in- equities in the system, Turk 182!, a cleverly conceived story [by James Gregory Kingston] of a mystery rebel in…
Lightweight item is innocuous and well-intentioned but terribly feeble, another example of a decent idea yielding the least imaginative results conceivable.
Director Martin Ritt has just the right touch to keep Murphy's Romance, a fairly predictable love story, from lapsing into gushy sentimentality of cliches. Unfortunately, this sweet and homey picture…
Flesh + Blood is a vivid and muscular, if less than fully startling, account of lust, savagery, revenge, betrayal and assorted other dark doings in the Middle Ages.
Always is writer-director-producer Henry Jaglom's confessional comedy about his divorce from actress Patrice Townsend. The two star, more or less, as themselves, and are joined by two other couples…
One of New Zealand's top directors, Geoff Murphy has taken a man-alone theme and turned it imaginatively to strong and refreshing effect in The Quiet Earth.
Runaway Train is a sensational picture. Wrenchingly intense and brutally powerful, Andrei Konchalovsky's film rates as a most exciting action epic and is fundamentally serious enough to work strongly…