Everybody Wins is a very disappointing picture. Repping Arthur Miller's first feature film screenplay since The Misfits in 1961, the Karel Reisz-helmed film noir is obscure and artificial.
Arachnophobia expertly blends horror and tongue-in cheek comedy in the tale of a small California coastal town overrun by Venezuelan killer spiders. Frank Marshall's sophisticated feature directing…
In this pretentious essay in the grotesque, British newcomer Philip Ridley shows technical ability and a macabre sense of humor, but the script's abnormal situations and morbid characters pall…
State of Grace is a handsomely produced, mostly riveting, but ultimately overlong and overindulgent gangster picture.
Bob Rafelson's Mountains of the Moon is an outstanding adventure film, adapted from William Harrison's book Burton and Speke and the journals of 19th-century explorers Richard Burton and John Hanning…
House Party captures contemporary black teen culture in a way that's fresh, commercial and very catchy. Filmmaking team of Reggie and Warrington Hudlin make a strikingly assured debut feature…
In his directorial debut, Kevin Costner brings a rare degree of grace and feeling to this elegiac tale of a hero's adventure of discovery among the Sioux Indians on the pristine Dakota plains of the…
If Wild Orchid aims to grab audiences with a hot-house atmosphere of erotica, it mainly teases until a pay-off in the last sequence.
Jim Thompson's intriguing novel about the subculture of smalltime hustlers is fashioned into a curiously uneven movie in The Grifters.
Universal took a step in the right direction by whittling Problem Child down to just 81 minutes but didn't go far enough. The studio should have excised another 75 minutes and released this…
Maniac Cop 2 is a thinking man's exploitation film, improving on the 1988 original. This time the title character Cordell (Robert Z'Dar), a framed cop killed in prison three years ago, is resurrected…