A very fine biographical drama, Silkwood concerns Karen Silkwood, a nuclear materials factory worker who mysteriously died just before she was going to blow the whistle on her company's presumed…
Ken Loach's Looks and Smiles is a somber but dramatically right tale of teenagers running into unemployment and broken families in a northern industrial town. The three protagonists are played by…
A top quality production about the struggle between two sisters for custody of an eight-year-old boy, their nephew, Careful He Might Hear You is a completely involving emotional experience.
The Lords of Discipline laces a military school Watergate saga with heavy doses of sadism, racism and macho bullying. Designed as an expose of the corruption to be found within the hallowed walls of…
Psycho II is an impressive, 23-years-after followup to Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 suspense classic.
There's enough menace and romance in Gorky Park to appeal to many, especially those helped by the memory of Martin Cruz Smith's successful novel.
Amityville 3-D proudly announces that it is not a sequel to The Amityville Horror or Amityville II. Even so, there is hardly anything original about the picture. A new cast of characters and the…
All of the top talent involved - especially Gene Hackman - is hardly needed to make Uncommon Valor what it is, a very common action picture.
Well-written drama concerns an errant father who takes his three children on an ocean voyage in an effort to close the gap that's grown between them. Pic earns most of its emotional points honestly…
The comic talents of Michael Keaton and Teri Garr are largely wasted in Mr Mom, an unoriginal romantic comedy where breadwinner-husband and homemaker wife switch roles.
; Editor die and the Cruisers is a mish-mash of a film, combining elements of the ongoing nostalgia for rock music of previous decades with an unworkable and laughable mystery plotline.