Delirious is a witless comedy about soap operas in which the estimable John Candy mugs uncomfortably through a desperately unfunny script with a plot as tediously convoluted as those it spoofs.
Complete with legendary James Stewart voicing broken-down lawdog Wylie Burp, An American Tail: Fievel Goes West is an amiable sequel to the 1986 animated smash featuring the Russian immigrant mouse.
A bucolic coming-of-age story set in 1957 Louisiana, The Man in the Moon follows Reese Witherspoon, the 14-year-old daughter of Sam Waterston and Tess Harper. She's envious of her college-bound…
Marking his debut as director, playwright Tom Stoppard takes two marginal characters from Shakespeare's Hamlet, and places them at the center of a comedy-drama, while the major characters of the play…
Mobsters resembles a cart-before-the-horse case of putting marketing ahead of filmmaking, as the seemingly can't-miss premise of teen-heartthrob gangsters gets lost in self-important direction, a…
First writing-directing effort by vet producer Irwin Winkler squarely lays out the professional, ethical and moral dilemmas engendered by the insidious political pressures brought to bear on…
Winning performances by Gene Hackman and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and potent direction by Michael Apted pump life into the sturdy courtroom drama formula once again.
Close My Eyes is a powerful British film about incest, with topflight performances and intense handling of the material by writer-director Stephen Poliakoff.
Bill Murray finds a real showcase for his oft-shackled talent in this manic comedy. Originally discussed as a pairing of Murray and Woody Allen, pic ended up with Richard Dreyfuss in the role of the…
Director Alan Parker's story of a band of young Dubliners playing American '60s soul is fresh, well-executed and original.
Todd Haynes' Poison is a conceptually bold, stylistically audacious first feature, a compelling study of different forms of deviance. Point of departure is the works of the late French writer Jean…