Willie & phil is an amiable and humane film about a menage-a-trois spanning the 1970s. Director Paul Mazursky's compassionate eye for character and his wry wit, balance out a tendency to…
The Competition is a disappointment. Writer-director Joel Oliansky's glibly cynical view of the performing world and his dreary character portraits are matched in clumsiness by his ugly visual style…
In his directorial debut, Tony Bill assembles a truly remarkable cast of youngsters with little or no previous acting experience.
In Cruising writer-director William Friedkin explores the S&M life of New York City. Like any approach to the bizarre, it is fascinating for about 15 minutes.
Roger Graef's film record of the 1979 Amnesty International benefit show at Her Majesty's Theatre, London, is primarily aimed at the tube.
Story setup has down-on-their-luck New Yorkers Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder deciding to blow the city for what they think are the promising shores of California. Driving cross-country they land in a…
The Abbott and Costello of gaydom are back with new limp-wristed adventures. But the very title gives you an idea of the singular lack of effort that's gone into its packaging. Ironically, though the…
The fascination of watching how the defenseless cope with marauding barbarians is put to the test with New World's production of Battle beyond the Stars.
Fact that the overlong pic is based on adventures of a modern-day bounty hunter may have hampered filmmakers' imagination, as attempt to render contradictions of real-life Ralph 'Papa' Thorson, who's…
Borrowing shamelessly from Carrie and any number of gruesome exploitationers pic [from a story by Robert Gunza Jr] manages to score a few horrific points amid a number of sagging moments.
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