The Deep is an efficient but rather colorless film based on the Peter Benchley novel about a perilous search for treasure in the waters off Bermuda.
Terence Hill is charming as an Italian mechanic who inherits a fortune and has a hell of a time getting to Frisco in time to claim it. Valerie Perrine and Jackie Gleason are among those who try to…
Damnation Alley is dull, stirred only occasionally by prods of special effects that only seem exciting compared to the dreariness that proceeded it. What's worse, it's dumb, depending on its…
Four years of work were invested on this $7.5 million production and the expense, care, and expertise shows.
Like the character played by Paul Newman in Slap Shot, director George Roy Hill is ambivalent on the subject of violence in professional ice hockey. Half the time Hill invites the audience to get off…
Good intentions and sensationalism compete for viewer interest in this filmization of Hanna Green's novel about the tentative recovery of a psychotic young woman. Unfortunately, both lose. Good…
Futility and frustration are the overriding emotional elements in A Bridge Too Far, Joseph E. Levine's sprawling Second World War production [from the novel by Cornelius Ryan] about a 1944 military…
Film shrewdly plays on Henry Fonda's moral force as an aging, ailing truckdriver who has had his big truck taken from him when he got behind in payments due to illness. It seems he is a terminal…
The life of a bodybuilder who takes himself seriously is, ultimately, as lonely as that of a ballet dancer. He knows that if he's serious about his profession it means a daily, dedicated routine of…
Fraternity Row is a powerful film about emotional and physical violence at an Eastern college frat house in 1954, produced and scripted by USC grad student Charles Gary Allison.
Domestic Film DAILY
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Non-Stop1Daily:$1.7M Cumulative:$35.1M Universal Pictures -34.92%
Son of God
Son of God2Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$30.1M Fox -29.51%
The LEGO Movie
The LEGO Movie3Daily:$974,415 Cumulative:$212.9M Warner Brothers -37.02%