Peter Weir's The Year of Living Dangerously, is a $6 million adaptation of Christopher Koch's novel, set in Indonesia in 1965 in the turbulent months leading to the fall of the Sukarno government.
The last film of Rainer Werner Fassbinder is, unfortunately, disappointing. His attempt to put the mystical homosexual world of French writer Jean Genet on film is ultimately tedious.
It's 1961 now at Rydell High, a becalmed, upbeat time when JFK's photo has replaced Ike's on the school wall. In fact, hardly anything is happening socially or musically.
Obsessed researcher Klaus Kinski inhabits a remote space station in the year 2036 with his android assistant, Max 404, played by co-writer Don Opper. Doctor is on the verge of perfecting his…
The Last Unicorn represents a rare example of an animated kids' pic in which the script and vocal performances outshine the visuals.
As the title indicates, the consuming issue in Mother Lode is a search for gold. The picture is not without shortcomings, but is long on good performances, charismatic people in the three principal…
All poor Paul and Mary Bland want in life is enough money to buy their own restaurant in Valencia, California and call it Paul and Mary's Country Kitchen. But they have little hope of raising the…
It comes as almost a shock to see a modern suspense picture that's as literate, well acted and beautifully made as Still Of The Night. Despite its many virtues, however, Robert Benton's film [from a…
Essentially a mild, de-sexed remake of the 1977 Brazilian art house hit Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands, tale begins with Sally Field starting her life up again after the death, three years earlier…
Maybe Raquel Welch will have the last laugh after all. Cannery Row, pic from which she was ignominiously dismissed, gets somewhat better as it lurches along from vignette to vignette, but this…
George Roy Hill's film adaptation of [John Irving's novel] The World According to Garp has taste, intelligence, craft and numerous other virtues going for it.