Since any title containing Roman numerals invites comparison, the answer is: No, Exorcist II is not as good as The Exorcist. It isn't even close. Gone now is the simple clash between Good and Evil…
Charles Bronson stars as Wild Bill Hickok, returned to the West to hunt down an albino buffalo that haunts his dreams. Will Sampson is an Indian who also must purge himself of some dishonor.
Regular TV series topliners John Thaw and Dennis Waterman as two cops drift through Ranald Graham's occasionally witty screenplay with no special flair following the unlikely storyline.
The film is a lacey, gentle probing of an ill-assorted couple. The 19-year-old girl is somewhat too withdrawn and the boy is a reserved student. Film manages to take a literary theme and treat an…
Billy Jack Goes to Washington, a remake of the 1939 Frank Capra classic Mr Smith Goes to Washington, compensates for its lack of subtlety with an angry, attack on governmental corruption.
The Pack is a well-made and discreetly violent story of a pack of wild dogs menacing residents of a remote island.
Universal Pictures owed a large debt to Scott Joplin - whose ragtime music was a key factor in the enormous success of The Sting - and the studio paid back the debt with Scott Joplin, a biopic…
Greased Lightning is a pleasant, loose and relaxed comedy starring Richard Pryor in an excellent characterization based on real-life racing driver Wendell Scott.
The Getting of Wisdom was a bold choice as the subject of a feature film. The novel by Henry Handel Richardson [pseudonym of Ethel Richardson] was published in 1910, 13 years after the action…
Script takes Peter Fonda from prison, where he has developed a musical ability, to Texas in pursuit of James Callahan, C&W name who has stolen the title song from Fonda.
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