An attempt at an intimate personal drama that just doesn't come off, Five Days One Summer is so slow that it seems more like Five Summers One Day. A tale of adultery, mountain climbing and death that…
An Officer and a Gentleman deserves a 21-gun salute, maybe 42. Rarely does a film come along with so many finely-drawn characters to care about.
Honeymooning, Ronny Cox and Bibi Besch get their car stuck in the woods and while he goes for help, she gets raped by something with hairy legs. Fastforward 17 years to find them parents of that most…
Love and Money is an arresting romantic suspense film which, in spite of several good performances and well-crafted individual scenes, fails to ignite.
Director Michael Winner, who usually leaves nothing to the imagination (censors permitting), does it again with Death Wish revisited. Charles Bronson, as the avenging vigilante Paul Kersey, is turned…
Tron is loaded with visual delights but falls way short of the mark in story and viewer involvement. Screenwriter-director Steven Lisberger has adequately marshalled a huge force of technicians to…
A number of high-powered artists fail to coalesce their talents in Shoot the Moon a grim drama of marital collapse which proves disturbing and irritating by turns.
Neil Simon's I Ought to Be in Pictures is a moving family drama, peppered with the author's patented gag lines and notable for sock performances by Dinah Manoff and Walter Matthau.
Strong on ambiance and suggested terror, Brimstone & Treacle is a handsomely mounted gothic tale. Sting, rock singer from The Police, makes a strong impression in his first major film role.
With a neutral title and a cast of unknowns, The Personals has little going for it other than that it's a terrific little picture.
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