Hard Times stars Charles Bronson as a mysterious stranger whose fists make money for him and small-time gambler James Coburn in illegal slugging matches.
The Four mus keteers continues the story of Oliver Reed, Richard Chamberlain, Frank Finlay and Michael York as they joust with evil plotter Charlton Heston and evil seductress Faye Dunaway, defend…
One of the most ambitious, and more artistically, successful, 'backstage' musical dramas, Robert Altman's Nashville is strung on the plot thread of a George Wallace-type pre-Presidential campaign in…
Roger Corman's quickie production deals with ultra-violent sport in a futuristic society, in this case an annual cross-country road race with drivers scoring points by running down pedestrians.
James Grady's book, Six Days of the Condor, underwent a time-compression title change in this adaptation by Lorenzo Semple Jr and David Rayfiel. Robert Redford, working in a CIA front, discovers all…
Russ Meyer's Supervixens is an overlong and overly violent skin pic whose interest lies in its pretentions to be more than a skin film.
Set in Montreal in the 1920s, this centres on an emotional relationship between a young boy, portrayed by newcomer Jeffrey Lynas, and his aged, peddler grandfather, played by Israeli actor Yossi…
At Long Last Love, Peter Bogdanovich's experiment with a mostly-singing 1930s upper-class romance, is a disappointing and embarrassing waste of talent.
Reincarnation of Peter Proud embodies all the thrills of Max Ehrlich's bestseller, plus an oustandingly rich performance from Margot Kidder. Only weakness still is story's sudden and unsatisfactory…
Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins is another sterile Warner Bros. comedy-drama about the 'little people' of America, as seen through the eyes of Beverly Hills and Upper Manhattan. Alan Arkin stars as…
Friday Foster, is based on a comic strip of the same name; Pam Grier is a fearless magazine fotog, sort of a female Clark Kent, who stumbles onto a St Valentine's Day-type massacre involving black…