Middle Age Spread centres on Colin (Grant Tilly), a college teacher whose promotion to principal coincides with a number of personal crises.
At times genuinely affecting, at others patently manipulative, Boardwalk is a small, well-wrought feature that centers on the efforts of an elderly Jewish couple to survive the barrenness and dangers…
Producers haven't flinched from picking the scabs off the body of 1960s rock-and-roll. While there are certainly similarities to the tragic story of Janis Joplin, The Rose emerges as its own…
Despite an uneasy blend of nostalgia and violence, The Wanderers is a well-made and impressive film. Philip Kaufman, who also co-scripted with his wife, Rose [from the novel by Richard Price], has…
Although almost everything that happens on screen is done with considerable style and a morbid sense of humor, lack of overall point ultimately sinks the picture.
The storm blows fiercely but the love story doesn't match its power in Hurricane. Dino De Laurentiis' epic reportedly delivered with a $22 million negative cost.
Billed as 'an imaginary solution to an authentic mystery', Kathleen Tynan's original story fills in the gaps of Agatha Christie's well-publicized disappearance in 1926.
Instead of a comic knockout, this is more of a cream puff.
Director John Frankenheimer has made a frightening monster movie that people could laugh at for generations to come, complete with your basic big scary thing, cardboard characters and a story so…
Claiming to evoke 'the West, the way it really was, before the myths were born', British director Anthony Harvey's poised, loving linger in the 1830s badlands of New Mexico is primarily an art film…
This bit of gore was undoubtedly inspired by The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. It's hastily-shot and technically inept in every department operation.