To make CBS and David Letterman more comfortable in the Ed Sullivan Theatre, the city film office recently got the parks department to plant pear trees outside the theater on Broadway.
Reviewed at Vancouver Intl. Film Festival, Nov. 7, 1993. Running time: 100 MIN.
Motion picture scientist Petro Vlahos has been voted the Gordon E. Sawyer Award by the board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
Tackling a serious subject, "Black Cactus" explores the mistreatment of Amerasians left behind by the Yank pullout. Unfortunately, this theme is thoroughly undercut by a routine soap approach and…
Second foray behind the lens by actor, playwright and legit director Pino Quartullo is a vigorous role-reversal comedy centered on a thirtyish banker's obsession with becoming a father. Attractively…
The Grisham gang shot up the weekend box office as Warner Bros.' "The Pelican Brief" led the frame with an estimated $ 16.6 million. Universal provided a one-two punch with the wide release of…
Asmash hit at home, where it's still playing with 2.5 million tix already sold, "Faraway Sunset" is a glossy historical weepy with better-than-usual offshore sales potential -- on paper. Syrupy…
This "Thai Graffiti" follows a group of high school students more interested in adolescent high jinks than academic achievement. Swiftly paced and cleverly mounted, the frothy comedy has surprisingly…
After one month in release, "The Jungle Book" has overtaken "Beauty and the Beast" to become the bestselling video of all time in international markets, according to Buena Vista Home Video Intl.
Filmed by Modern Times Film Co. and TBS Prods. Exec producer, Michael Deane; TBSP exec producer, Pat Mitchell; TBSP supervising producer, Vivian Schiller; producer/director, Cathe Neukum; writer, Tom…