Cambodia notwithstanding, the primary if unstated subject of Spalding Gray's monologues is always Gray himself, his obsessions, fascinations and wonderfully wry perspectives on all that touches him…
"Little Buddha" had its world preem in wintry France and the "Addams Family" sequel began its foreign journey in sweltering, summery Australia. Both look promising, but not outstanding.
"The Pros and Cons of Breathing" is the latest incarnation of the several-guys-sitting-around-talking subgenre. It is neither the worst nor the best of the breed. Rather, it shows first-time…
Michel Boujenah's full-bodied (in every sense of the term) and fearless lead performance dominates "Le Nombril du monde," an engrossing period drama also known by the more wieldy, less idiomatic…
"Little Buddha" and "Addams Family Values" were weather-beaten but unbowed in their foreign debuts.
Sad, stately and ideologically au courant, "Geronimo: An American Legend" relates the final stages of the U.S. government's subjugation of the West's native population in absorbing, detailed fashion…
Despite the high quality of films in competition, Saturday's Felix Awards ceremony was a somber affair. The looming threat of subsidy cuts if the General Agreement on Tariffs & Trade passes GATT have…
Reviewed at London Film Festival, Nov. 13, 1993. Running time:44 MIN.
Reviewed at Vancouver Intl. Film Festival, Oct. 5, 1993. Running time: 42 MIN.
In a key indication that the corporate restructuring efforts at MGM/UA are picking up speed, sources said Friday that MGM/UA Distribution Co. prexy Jack Foley would ankle his slot imminently. The…
Filmed in the Chiricahua Mountains in southern Arizona for Yorktown Prods. in association with Von Zerneck/Sertner Films. Exec producers, Norman Jewison, Christopher Cook; producer, Ira Marvin…