Uptown Saturday Night is an uneven black melodramatic comedy. Its assets include an unwavering ragamuffin charm and some amusing bits by Bill Cosby, Harry Belafonte, Flip Wilson, Richard Pryor and…
Paris is a tiny Australian township with a surprising number of car accidents on its outskirts. Involved in one is Arthur, whose brother, driving a caravan-towing car, is killed.
Bosomy black starlet Pam Grier plays a gal whose dope-dealing brother (Antonio Fargas) rats on her undercover-narc boyfriend (Terry Carter), cuing latter's gangland murder on her doorstep. Not one to…
Charles Grodin stars in, adapted for the screen, and just about ruins 11 Harrowhouse, a comedy-caper film about a theft of billions in diamonds. Cast as a low-key diamond salesman who wreaks…
The Sugarland Express begins and plays for much of its length as a hilarious madcap caper chase comedy.
Divine, also known as Babs Johnson, is a 300 lb drag queen of grotesque proportions who holds the title 'the filthiest person in the world'. Vying for the title are Connie and Raymond Marble, who…
Claudine is an outstanding film. A gritty, hearty, heartful and ruggedly tender story of contemporary urban black family life avoiding blaxploitation genre.
Handsome production plus excellent photography and effects cannot obscure the limited artistic achievement of The Little Prince. Alan Jay Lerner's adaptation of the book by Antoine De Saint-Exupery…
Adapted by Derek Woodward from a mid-1960s play by David Halliwell, item emerges as a frequently hilarious, generally thought-provoking and sobering, beautifully acted, but a trifle overlong and…
Black Christmas, a bloody, senseless kill-for-kicks feature, exploits unnecessary violence in a university sorority house operated by an implausibly alcoholic ex-hoofer. Its slow-paced, murky tale…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures