The Big Red One was two years in the making and 35 years in Samuel Fuller's head. It's a terrific war yarn, a picture of palpable raw power which manages both Intense intimacy and great scope at the…
Loving Couples opens with a snappy cute meet. Shirley MacLaine is riding a horse and Stephen Collins, driving along in a sports car, stares at her, misses a turn in the road and crashes. She rides…
This Charles Bronson vehicle tackles a serious subject - the profiteering in illicit Mexican immigration - with workmanlike dramatic skill and a notable preference for realism over hokum.
Does anyone want to see Charlton Heston as Grizzly Adams? That's the question arising from Columbia's lethargic wilderness pic The Mountain Men.
Somewhere in deepest, darkest space, Kirk Douglas and Farrah Fawcett jog around through a space station that looks suspiciously like Bloomingdale's after closing. The pair are scientists doing…
With Humanoids from the Deep, Roger Corman comes full circle back to his very first film as a producer, Monster from the Ocean Floor . Despite costing 100 times as much, new pic has similar…
Otherwise a fairly routine and turgid crime meller, The First Deadly Sin commands some interest as Frank Sinatra's first film in 10 years.
The biggest attraction is the banter between Roger Moore and the various types with whom he comes in conflict during his preparations to save a hijacked supply ship.
After years of honing her act in gay baths and on concert stages, Bette Midler in 1980 committed it to film in four days at the Pasadena, Calif, Civic Auditorium. 'Because this is the time capsule…
When Jack Lemmon opened Tribute on Broadway, people said it would be impossible to imagine any other actor in the role and sure enough the show shuttered when he departed. The complex role of Scottie…
Hong Kong martial arts star Jackie Chan makes an amiable American film debut in The Big Brawl, an amusing chopsocky actioner whose appeal is not limited to the usual audience for this genre. Key…