The first theatrical feature from the Kushner-Locke TV producing outfit, "Andre" is a good-natured family yarn with colorful seacoast locales, an amiable , pet-loving clan and a crafty, comical seal…
"Lost in Africa" is a contrived but basically enjoyable adventure tale that plunks two white tenderfoots into the wilds of black Africa, with an angry native tracker on their tail and only a…
Ambition fatally exceeds reach in "Boy Meets Girl," a laudable attempt to push the envelope of British filmmaking that doesn't get much farther than first base. Chamber drama about a woman who keeps…
Acharming student finds the company of a young man with Down's Syndrome more satisfying than that of a dour painter in "The Transparent Woods," an ultra-leisurely ode to nature and tolerance marred…
Reviewed at AFI/L.A. Film Festival, June 28, 1994. Running time: 71 MIN.
La Jolla Playhouse's extraordinary synergy with Bertolt Brecht continues with this superlative presentation, with Lisa Peterson demonstrating why the playwright, directed properly, is timeless. The…
Natural Born Killers” is a heavy duty acid trip, quite possibly the most hallucinatory and anarchic picture made at a major Hollywood studio in at least 20 years. As a scabrous look at a society that…
"Girls with Guns" is a jaunty little comedy about four resourceful girlfriends who turn their luck around by robbing banks. Somewhat vulgar, fairly inventive pic should stir up some commercial…
Reviewed at AFI/L.A. Film Festival, June 28, 1994. Running time: 101 MIN.
Reviewed on videocassette, L.A., July 27, 1994. (In AFI/L.A. Film Festival.) Running time: 57 MIN.