Remember My Name is an attempt to make what Alan Rudolph calls a 'contemporary blues fable'. Whatever the generic goal, the end product is an incomprehensible melange of striking imagery, obscure…
Jack Nicholson playing Gabby Hayes is interesting, even amusing at times, but Hayes was never a leading man, which Goin' South desperately needs.
The Cheap Detective, which might also be called Son of Casablanca, is a hilarious and loving takeoff on all 1940s Warner Bros private eye and foreign intrigue mellers.
What seemed like inspired casting on paper, the teaming of John Travolta and Lily Tomlin, fails badly in execution.
Death on the Nile is a clever, witty, well-plotted, beautifully-produced and splendidly acted screen version of Agatha Christie's mystery. It's old-fashioned stylized entertainment with a big cast…
This is the new trendmaker in current local kung-fu films. It made nearly HK$7 million in Hong Kong alone [on initial release] and imitations mushroomed immediately like Chinese restaurants…
Straight Time is a most unlikeable film because Dustin Hoffman, starring as a paroled and longtime criminal, cannot overcome the essentially distasteful and increasingly unsympathetic elements in the…
International Velvet is an extremely fine film for (in the best sense) family audiences. Bryan Forbes wrote, produced and directed the sequel to National Velvet  in such a way as to provide…
Neil Simon and Herbert Ross have gambled in radically altering the successful format of California Suite as it appeared on stage. Instead of four separate playlets, there is now one semi-cohesive…
Students of animated technique and Tolkien story-telling will find a lot to like in what Ralph Bakshi has done with Lord of the Rings. Unquestionably, Bakshi has perfected some outstanding…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures