Richard Eyre's second theatrical feature is an exceedingly amiable comic battle of the sexes.
Chain; Editor Heat is a silly, almost campy follow-up to producer Billy Fine's women's prison hit, The Concrete Jungle, that manages to pack in enough sex tease and violent action to satisfy…
Mausoleum is an engaging minor film concerning demonic possession, presenting variations on The Exorcist format. Not the stab 'n' slab genre picture one might infer from its title, film should please…
The Man Who Loved Women is truly woeful, reeking of production-line, big star filmmaking and nothing else.
About a leching, alcoholic Scottish poet making the New England campus circuit, Reuben, Reuben is exceptionally literate, with lines that carom with wit from the superb adaptation by Julius J…
Handgun takes a subject which is the stuff of exploitation and steers it towards social commentary. The result is an intelligent analysis of the political and sexual values of male society in Texas.
It's not often that a British film is realized with as much creative integrity as Another Time Another Place. The plot springs from the cultural difference between the inhabitants of a bleak Scottish…
The American media are strongly taken to task in Under Fire. This is the story of two correspondents (one working for Time, the other Public Radio) and an on-the-scenes war photographer. The action…
Robert Duvall is Mac Sledge, a down-and-out ex-country and western singer on the skids since his marriage to fellow C&W warbler Dixie (Betty Buckley) broke up.
Shohei Imamura's The Ballad of Narayama is excellently crafted, strongly acted and directed, and well shot.
Macon is an involving, enjoyable picture [based on a novel by James McLendon]. Most of the credit for that, however, goes to Kirk Douglas who brings interesting nuances to his part as the policeman…