Next Stop, Greenwich Village is a very beautiful motion picture. Writer-director Paul Mazursky's gentle and touching film is a sort of young adult's American Graffiti.
Car Wash uses gritty humor to polish clean the souls of a lot of likeable street people.
The banal point of Welcome to L.A. is pretty much summed up in the closing song by Richard Baskin, in which Keith Carradine sings of the city 'where the air is thick and yellow with the stale taste…
Richard Chamberlain is Edmond Dantes, the romantic young sailor railroaded to prison for 15 years. After his escape, aided by an old fellow prisoner, the story gets down to his obsessive revenge…
Wim Wenders' Kings of the Road is a pic about men and adventure. For nearly three hours nothing much happens as two men cross the middle of Germany, from Lueneburg to Hof along the East German…
Novelty of a gang swearing a blood oath to destroy a precinct station and all inside is sufficiently compelling for the gory-minded to assure acceptance.
From Noon till Three is an offbeat and amiable, if uneven and structurally awkward, western comedy. Frank D. Gilroy scripted his novel and directed the good-looking production.
With a quartet of fine characters and performances, The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea could have ventured just about anywhere - except where writer-director Lewis John Carlino takes it in…
Hang gliding stunts provide most of the interest in Sky Riders filmed in Greece. The political terrorism story line is a familiar one and the screenplay is synthetic formula stuff, but the stunt work…
Freaky Friday is certainly one of the most offbeat films Walt Disney Productions has ever made, but it isn't one of the best. A promising concept - quarreling mother and teenage daughter switch…
The Last Hard Men is a fairly good actioner with handsome production values and some thoughtful overtones. Charlton Heston and James Coburn are both fine as a retired lawman and his half-Indian…