The biggest attraction is the banter between Roger Moore and the various types with whom he comes in conflict during his preparations to save a hijacked supply ship.
Elliott Gould is perfectly cast as Harry Lewis, a New Yorker entering middle age, suffering the usual crisis and recalling the good old days of his youth. On a cross-country trip by car with his…
TimeAfter Time is a delightful, entertaining trifle of a film that shows both the possibilities and limitations of taking liberties with literature and history. Nicholas Meyer has deftly juxtaposed…
Hong Kong martial arts star Jackie Chan makes an amiable American film debut in The Big Brawl, an amusing chopsocky actioner whose appeal is not limited to the usual audience for this genre. Key…
With Loulou, director Maurice Pialat deals with a couple formed of a fringe semi-delinquent colossus (Gerard Depardieu), the Loulou of the title, and a frail but headstrong middle-class girl…
Breaking Glass presents a cynical, off-the-peg, view of the post-punk record business.
The Last Married Couple In America is basically a 1950s comedy with cursing. John Herman Shaner's script offers not a single new idea about divorce in suburbia and doesn't even develop the cliches…
Rough Cut emerges as an undistinctive, frothy romantic comedy that will charm a few and probably miss the eye of many. Love match of Burt Reynolds and Lesley-Anne Down works only in selected spots…
Hopscotch is a high-spirited caper comedy which, unfortunately, reaches its peak too soon. Grizzled as usual, Walter Matthau plays CIA agent whose independent ways are too much for his finicky…
Alligator is bloody and boisterous, featuring the only man-eating monster in memory named Ramone.
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