Voyage of the Dammed is a sluggish melodrama, loaded with familiar film names who flesh out the diverse formula characters involved in this story about a ship carrying Jews away from Nazi Germany.
Third film version of the Maurice Maeterlinck novel (after 1918 and 1939) takes spoiled peasant children Todd Lookinland (excellent, by the way) and Patsy Kensit on a dream trip from their humble…
Wim Wenders' Kings of the Road is a pic about men and adventure. For nearly three hours nothing much happens as two men cross the middle of Germany, from Lueneburg to Hof along the East German…
At the Earth's Core, from the Edgar Rice Burroughs novel, is an okay fantasy adventure film. Made in England, it's a fast-paced, slightly tongue-in-cheek tale about stalwart hero Doug McClure's…
Depending on where one's taste lies, The Ritz is either esoteric farce for the urban cosmopolite, or else one long tasteless and anachronistic 1950-ish 'gay' joke, shot at England's Twickenham…
While falling short of its comedy promise (except when Richard Pryor is on the screen), Silver Streak is an okay adventure comedy starring Gene Wilder on the lam from crooked art thieves aboard a…
From Noon till Three is an offbeat and amiable, if uneven and structurally awkward, western comedy. Frank D. Gilroy scripted his novel and directed the good-looking production.
True to form, John Cassavetes challenges a Hollywood cliche: that technology is so advanced even the worst films usually look good. With ease, he proves that an awful film can look even worse.
A witty, intelligent screenplay [from Muriel Spark's novella The Abbess of Crewe] leaves no doubts that this is the Watergate circus transposed to a convent, complete with Machiavellian intrigues and…
Car Wash uses gritty humor to polish clean the souls of a lot of likeable street people.
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