"Jurassic Park" made millions of dollars for director Steven Spielberg, but in Europe it's "Schindler's List" which is making him friends.
Drowned in striking visuals and dizzying sounds, but devoid of much substance , "Boxer Rebellion" is an impressionistic documentary about a Wall Street yuppie who became a professional boxer in…
Reviewed at Berlin Film Festival (Panorama section), Feb. 20, 1994. Running time: 112 MIN.
The story that defied Orson Welles (who abandoned it to make "Citizen Kane") and challenged Francis Ford Coppola finally reaches the screen, more or less intact, with a Turner TV pic directed by…
There aren't many people as familiar with the passages under the main Cannes hotels as Claude Davy.
"Angie" is a skin-deep feel-good movie about such less-than-breezy issues as a broken engagement, childbirth, single motherhood, infant infirmities and discovering brutal truths about your parents…
Veteran verite helmer Albert Maysles adds his name to this highly original and structurally flawless collaboration between Henry Corra and Grahame Weinbren. An ambitious documentary about an…
Entertainment Data Inc. has helped shape the way industry executives conduct business. Founded in 1976 by Marcy Polier, EDI is the motion picture industry's sole source for instant box office data…
Like most European film industries, the German one has its problems, so it's good to see a pic that encourages audiences to laugh at the local film scene. "Back to Square One" is a genuinely amusing…
Shot in Havana and Mexico, pic is presumably intended to be a sweeping period study of a bizarre Latin American tyrant in the 1920s but instead wheezes out as a disjointed, boring and superficial…