A satirical spin through America's oft-reported fascination with celebrities, no matter how empty or facile, S.F.W. tries hard to juice up a subject that feels done to death.
American Gigolo bumps up against sex, lies, and videotape in Intimate with a Stranger, a generally compelling relationships movie by first-time Brit helmer Mel Woods about a burned-out Santa Monica…
Riddled with more coincidences and implausibilities than Hitchcock permitted himself in his entire career, The Net still gets by as a reasonably suspenseful, very au courant thriller. Irwin Winkler's…
Three years after A Heart in Winter, Gallic maestro Claude Sautet comes up with another exquisitely woven tapestry of emotions that dare not speak their name in Nelly & Mr Arnaud. Marked by…
French Kiss is one of those travelogues where flipping through the pictures would be more fun than actually taking the trip.
Vampires go for their PhDs in The Addiction, a horror show that's heady in both senses of the word. Abel Ferrara's maverick entry in the never-dead genre is dramatically surprising, stylishly made in…
A layered conundrum that builds to a stunning crescendo, Mathieu Kassovitz's Hate is an extremely intelligent take on an idiotic reality: the mutual mistrust, contempt and hatred between the police…
Cybill Shepherd's comedic sheen, Robert Berlinger's crisp direction and creator/writer Chuck Lorre's tangy script give a buoyant liftoff to the premiering CBS sitcom "Cybill."
Wild Bill is an art Western that manages to shoot itself in both feet. Walter Hill's third oater represents a case of diminishing returns in the genre for the director, after skillfully taking on…
Priest is an absolutely riveting, made-for-BBC slice-of-life drama that's a controversial look at incest, gay love and the Catholic church. The pic is the first full-length feature from theater and…