City Heat is an amiable but decidedly lukewarm confection geared entirely around the two star turns.
Unfaithfully Yours is a moderately amusing remake of Preston Sturges' wonderful comedy which, it might be remembered, was a commercial bust upon its release in 1948.
Martha Coolidge's The City Girl reps a hardnosed, if frequently funny, look at a young woman's attempt to forge a career and self-esteem. It's a predecessor to same director's 1983 indie hit, Valley…
Police Academy at its core is a harmless, innocent poke at authority that does find a fresh background in a police academy. Women in the film, such as Kim Cattrall as an Ivy League-type and Leslie…
Fear City lives up to its title as a tough, nasty, big-league meller by throwing every element from the exploitation cookbook - gory violence, straight and gay sex, multiple murders, martial arts…
Belying the lightheartedness of its title, Birdy is a heavy adult drama about best friends and the after-effects of war, but it takes too long to live up to its ambitious premise.
A handsome historical homage to the proprieties and values of pre-First World War landed aristocracy in England, The Shooting Party revolves around a holiday spent on an estate in 1913, as an era…
Stranger than Paradise is a bracingly original avant-garde black comedy. Begun as a short which was presented under the same title at some earlier festivals, film has been expanded in outstanding…
With Ninja III producers reunite members of the team that made their second entry in the martial arts series about the more deadly cousins of the Samurai. The new outing into the never-never land of…
Falling in Love is a polite little romance, the ambition and appeal of which are modestly slight. Dynamic starring duo of Robert De Niro and Meryl Streep keeps the film afloat most of the time.
A story of perseverance and survival in hell on earth, The Killing Fields represents an admirable, if not entirely successful, attempt to bring alive to the world film audience the horror story that…