Red Scorpion is a dull, below-average action pic, lensed in Swaziland.
Combine Karate Kid and Rocky with a bit more blood and gore, dull direction and a smattering of inept actors and you have Kickboxer.
Wayne Wang returns to Chinatown with Eat a Bowl of Tea, and recaptures the relaxed humor and deep emotions of his earlier Dim Sum in the process.
Apartment Zero emerges as a genuinely creepy, disturbing and gripping psychological piece.
It's the first feature directed by screenwriter David Peoples (Blade Runner, Leviathan) and he's provided himself with a murky, familiar screenplay about a band of wandering 'juggers.' They're…
A potentially dramatic story has been flattened out into a string of unconvincing confrontations and coincidences in Souvenir, an earnest but bland film about a former Nazi soldier's need to unburden…
New York Stories showcases the talents of three of the modern American cinema's foremost auteurs, Martin Scorsese, Francis Coppola and Woody Allen. Scorsese's is aimed at serious-minded adults…
He's a mystery writer, she's a mystery; and it's also a mystery how TV fodder like this manages to get the high-gloss, top-talent treatment at studios.
Woody Allen ambitiously mixes his two favoured strains of cinema, melodrama and comedy, with mixed results in Crimes and Misdemeanours.
There is a good deal of enjoyment to be derived from Wilt [based on Tom Sharpe's novel], mainly thanks to a uniformly excellent cast and unpretentious, straightforward direction by Michael Tuchner…
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