The tale of American photojournalist Richard Boyle's adventures in strife-torn Central America, Salvador is as raw, difficult, compelling, unreasonable, reckless and vivid as its protagonist.
Loss of intrigue with a scattered plot involving art fraud and murder is made up for by an often witty, albeit lightweight dialog led by the ever-boyish star Robert Redford.
Pic has enough gore, suspense and requisite number of shocks to keep most hearts pounding through to the closing credits.
The Color of Money is another inside look at society's outsiders from director Martin Scorsese. This time out it's the subculture of professional pool hustlers that consumes the screen with a keenly…
It's another horrifying house party at the Freelings' in Poltergeist II. Sequel finds the poor Freeling family a year later penniless and slightly crazed after their Cuesta Verde house was…
Tobe Hooper's remake of Invaders from Mars is an embarrassing combination of kitsch and boredom. Inferior screenplay [based on the 1953 original] fails to bring in new ideas or provide interesting…
The kidnapping of a beautiful rich young girl, not for money, nor for sex, but just for the joy of doing it is the theme intricately developed by Paul Mayersberg in Captive.
Vamp is an extremely imaginative horror film styled as jet black comedy.
Latest excursion is warmer, wittier, more socially relevant and truer to its TV origins than prior odysseys.
Murphy's Law, a very violent urban crime meller, is tiresome but too filled with extreme incident to be boring.
Instead of creating an eye-opening panorama, Flight of the Navigator looks through the small end of the telescope. Life on Earth is magnified but without an expansive vision.