I Love You to Death is a stillborn attempt at black comedy.
Shirley Valentine writer Willy Russell returns to his native Liverpool with a gritty low-budget comedy.
Sandra Bernhard's screen adaptation of her one-woman show is a rigorous, experimental examination of performance art. Stepping back from comedy per se, Bernhard and her collaborator, director John…
Who knows what possessed director William Friedkin to straight-facedly tell this absurd 'tree bites man' tale, but it's an impulse he should have exorcised.
Writer-director Allan Moyle's story about a shy high school student who galvanizes an Arizona suburb with a rebellious pirate radio show has rambunctious energy and defiant attitude.
This dim-witted revenge yarn is the simplest of showcases for Steven Seagal - an extremely compelling action presence with his brutal martial arts fighting style, imposing size and nasty demeanor.
Although a thin premise endangers its credibility at times, Green Card is a genial, nicely played romance. Gerard Depardieu is winning in the tailor-made role of a French alien who pairs up with New…
Denied an opportunity to showcase his deft rapid-fire comic skills, Robin Williams produces few laughs amid wreckage of the screenplay and poorly paced direction. Only Tim Robbins gets out alive as a…
Good intentions are roughly served in this uneven actioner that displays some compassion for the stateside Vietnam community while exploiting its violent elements.
Brian De Palma's take on Tom Wolfe's The Bonfire of the Vanities is a misfire of inanities. Wolfe's first novel boasted rich characters and teeming incident that proved highly alluring to filmmakers…
Like Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis in the Billy Wilder classic Some Like It Hot, Eric Idle and Robbie Coltrane are motivated by fear for their lives to dress in women's garb. New pic has rival British…