A heavy dramatic portrait of military school education with a disturbing shoot 'em up climax, Taps labors at an unbearably slow pace to an inevitable, depressing conclusion.
Wolfen is consistently more interesting than it is thrilling. Policeman Albert Finney is confronted with a series of baffling, grisly murders, gradually realizing they are not the work of mere…
This film is an embarrassment. Contempo Perils of Pauline sees earnest, dedicated Egyptologist Lesley-Anne Down through countless situations of dire jeopardy as she travels from Cairo to Luxor's…
Crisply-told tale deals with a mute, stunningly attractive young woman worker (Zoe Tamerlis) in New York's garment district who is traumatized one night by (1) being raped in an alley on the way home…
Writer-director Brian De Palma's Blow Out is a frequently exciting $18 million suspense thriller which suffers from a distracting emphasis upon homages to other motion pictures.
EMI's third Agatha Christie mystery [from her novel The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side] is a nostalgic throwback to the genteel British murder mystery pix of the 1950s.
Warren Beatty's Red s is a courageous and uncompromising attempt to meld a high-level socio-political drama of ideas with an intense love story, but it is ultimately too ponderous.
A major battle of the Korean war is given a decidedly religious viewpoint via Inchon, a $46 million pic from One Way Prods, an org affiliated with the Rev Sun Myung Moon (who gets screen credit as…
Driving relentlessly to make points that are almost pointless, Fort Apache The Bronx is a very patchy picture, strong on dialog and acting and exceedingly weak on story.
The Final Conflict is the last chapter in the Omen trilogy, which is too bad because this is the funniest one yet.
A trenchant, uncompromising look at Brazilian juvenile delinquents, Pixote is a social expose of the first order. Although milieu of the urban jungle is sordid and situation depicted seems beyond…